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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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Backup Cameras (and other safety accessories) for Jeep Wranglers

Whether your off-road adventure includes bashing dunes or crawling rocks, EchoMaster Wrangler safety accessories let you worry less about your safety and more about your next adventure.

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Full Frame License Plate Cameras Have You Covered in the Front and Back

Adding aftermarket cameras to your vehicle doesn't have to add bulk, take for example, our line of full frame license plate cameras.  Simply replace your license plate frame with one of our products, and you just made your ride a whole lot safer.

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Aftermarket Seat Heaters Create a Toasty Oasis for Bone Chilling Mornings

In the northern two thirds of the United States, sweltering summers are balanced out by frigid winter temperatures. In cars, sufficient heating is absolutely essential for both comfort and safety during commutes.

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Adding a Reverse or Front Camera to Your Car with PCAM-201

PCAM-201 is a versatile mini lip-mount camera that can be installed as a front or reverse camera.  Learn what adding PCAM-201 can do for your vehicle.

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Parking Sensors Reduce the Risk Of Backover Crashes

A study performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety found that accidents while reversing can be reduced by 75 percent when you combine a backup camera with rear parking sensors.

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Simplify Lane Changing with Side View Blind Spot Cameras

Anyone who's ever gotten behind the wheel has experienced the heart stopping effects of the side blind spot.  From the stomach lurching  near miss to being one of the unfortunate participant in the over 200,000 crashes that occur during lane changes.

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From Seatbelts to Back-up Cameras: The Ongoing Evolution of Vehicle Safety Technology

Historically, driving has never been the safest of activities. It’s something most people don’t like to think about-- after all, the average American spends a staggering 101 minutes per day driving. In 2014, an estimated 21,022 people lost their lives in passenger vehicle accidents.

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How Can I Add a Backup Camera to My Car?

The statistics on blind spot accidents are terrifying.  According to KidsandCars.org, in the US, fifty children are backed over by vehicles every week.  More than 60% of these backup accidents occur in a large vehicle – a truck, van, or SUV.  The statistics are sobering, and safety cameras offer a solution.

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