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Adding a Backup Camera to Your Truck with a Tailgate Handle Camera

Whether driving for work or play, pickup truck drivers of all varieties have experience blind spots in the back of their truck.  These rear blind spots can cause damage to your vehicle and pedestrians when driving in reverse.  Adding a backup camera significantly reduces your risk, and enhances your rear vision while driving in reverse, giving you visibility into areas your mirrors don't.

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FAQS ABOUT CHMSL CAMERAS

We all know that rear view cameras increase driver safety. But did you know they can also view your cargo being transported?  You've got questions and we have the answers.

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Why You Need a Backup Camera

Drivers are faced with blind spots and the dangers that come with them in almost every situation they face on the road.  A blind spot is an area that the driver has no visibility into,  physically turning and looking out the windows and using mirrors doesn't fully eliminate these pesky areas for drivers.   Even the most cautious driver can fall victim to blind spot accidents, missing both people and objects.  A backup camera affords drivers visibility into areas behind the car that are impossible to see even with looking out the back window or using mirrors.   

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Blind Spot Cameras: the Car Tech That Sees Where You Can’t

Looking over your shoulder after checking the side mirrors for changing lanes or entering/exiting a road has repeatedly proven insufficient. Many accidents are still caused by the infamous “blind spot,” where the driver turns to the side and their vision is obscured by the B-pillar that divides the front and the back of  standard four-door cars. It’s in that split-second that you decide to change direction, only to realize there was another car coming alongside that you were not at the right angle to spot. As a result, blind spot cameras and sensors were created, to give drivers a much-needed feature that provides 360-degree electronic coverage around your car.

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3 Risk Factors That Seniors Face While Driving & Products That Can Help

Driving at an older age can be proof that you are capable of maintaining a good physical and psychological condition. However, there are certain limitations.

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Peek-A-View! EchoMaster’s New Multi-Angle Camera Can See You!

Ever try to back out of a parking space and not be able to see around the car next to you? Inching out and hoping for the best is dangerous and can be catastrophic.

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Stress-Free Parking with Dynamic Lines

Let’s be honest for a moment: driving forward is extremely easy. Reversing, on the other hand, is much trickier than it might seem, especially if you drive larger cars, vans and SUV’s.

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New Year, New Car (Sort Of)

January is the month of resolutions.  A fresh start, a leaf turned.  Your resolution list may include the common items such as losing weight, quitting bad habits, or personal development.  Considering we all spend a lot of time behind the wheel, why not resolve to protect your property and yourself while you're on the go with some added aftermarket safety tech for your car?

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Are you Aware of Your Surroundings While Driving?

Driving can be one of the most relaxing activities you can do. However, when you’re driving, you’re not only in charge of your own safety but also of everyone around you. That means that whenever you’re driving, you need to be aware of what is happening around you constantly, be it in front of, next to, or behind you.

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EchoMaster Introduces Third Brake Light Camera with Night Vision for 2014-2016 Ford Transit

With limited visibility that comes with operating a Ford Transit, especially while driving in reverse, adding a reverse camera can simplify the driving experience.  The size of the Ford Transit and limited visibility behind the vehicle increases the risk for vehicle damage, and even worse, potentially fatal backover crashes.

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