Are parking sensors that important!

Are parking sensors that important!

Are parking sensors that important!

Parking spaces are also being designed smaller to compensate for more parking bays and smaller cars, making it so much harder to park your vehicles these days. Most cars are now longer, wider and taller than ever before, and now are a lot higher at the rear of the vehicle making it impossible to see anything out of the rear and side windows, they have been changed to give the vehicles that sexy sleek look. And those safety-conscious roof pillars that limit visibility, and those plunging, pedestrian-friendly bonnets that just disappear from your line of site, but just manage to keep going, making it ridiculous harder to judge when parking your vehicle. Our Front Parking Sensors will help you guide the front or rear into the parking bays with ease. As the car parks now are so narrow and tighter we are finding it more and more difficult. So we need to rely on the aid of Front and Rear Parking Sensors to help us park safely without damaging your vehicle or injury to others.

Yes, alloy wheels and painted bumpers look so much smarter, but scratch or dent them and your wallet will suffer the consequences, to replace the average bumper bar these days is roughly $840.00
unfortunately alto of people don’t relies this, and have generally repaired there bumpers bars once or twice before they call us to fit Parking Sensors.

When you compare the cost of quality pair of Front and Rear Parking Sensors, we are talking about set of quality Parking Sensors that you can depend on, something that can actually help you save your child’s life, or somebody Else’s child. And protect your Bumper bars and cars from damage. We are not talking about poor quality sensors that will false alarm all the time, and go off in the rain and beep for no reason, this just creates a lack of insecurity and trust between you and your parking sensors and you will not rely on them. This is why we only use Ultra Sleek Parking Sensors

It’s therefore hardly surprising that Ultra Sleek Rear Parking Sensors, and Front Parking Sensor systems have taken off. These systems take the stress and guesswork out of parking and could potentially save people getting run over, or damage to your car saving you an expensive repair bill or insurance claim.

Why do I need a Parking/Backup Sensor System?
Having a Parking/Backup Sensor System is like having eyes in the front (4 – 8 sensor systems only) and back of your vehicle and can help you avoid costly accidents and injuries.
Our Parking/Backup Sensor System is a perfect parking aid for backing up/reverse parking, street parking, parallel parking, garage parking, and wherever parking in a tight spot …
We have different Parking/Backup Sensor Systems designed for various types of vehicles. They are especially useful and helpful in SUV’s, vans, buses, trucks, RV’s, and full size sedans which have poor front (4 or 8 sensor systems only) and rear visibility.
The systems can detect still and moving objects including children and small pets in front (4 or 8 sensor systems only) and rear blind area of your vehicle. Four sensors embedded into the front bumper (4 or 8 sensor systems only) and four sensors embedded into the rear bumper detect objects up to 4 – 8 feet from your vehicle.

Your small kids or pets will never again be in danger of getting in the way of your vehicle while you are parking/backing up your vehicle.
You never again have to get someone to watch the rear or front (4 or 8 sensor systems only) of your vehicle while parking.
With our parking/backup sensor system, you won’t have to worry about getting too close to the vehicle in front (4 or 8 sensor systems only) and rear of your vehicle while street parking, or scraping them while getting out of a tight parking spot.
We strongly recommend for ultimate safety you also combine the use of a Reverse Camera with the parking Sensors. Parking sensors guide you within a 1 meter radius of the object, Reverse camera will show you any obstacles behind the vehicle in a 5 meter radius.

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