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Car Safety Equipment to Protect First-Time Drivers

Newer model cars are all decked out with the latest safety features. And while it would be ideal for every parent to gift their teenager with a brand-new vehicle purely for safety reasons, not everyone has that luxury. On the other hand, there are parents who don’t want to spoil their kids with expensive gifts. But while the ol’ family rustbucket will keep your teen’s ego in check, it’s not always the safest car for someone who’s just mastering the art of driving. While your first-time driver doesn’t have to be behind the wheel of a luxury vehicle, the car they use until they can afford their own should at least be a safe one. Here are 6 car safety features your newly-licensed driver’s vehicle should have:

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Park Like a Pro with a Little Help from Technology

How many of us have watched those viral videos of people secretly being filmed while they were parallel parking or trying to maneuver themselves into a parking spot? We laugh as we watch the driver back up, inch forward, back up again, lurch forward, and reverse cautiously. As funny as these parking fails are, admit it — we’ve all struggled with parking at some point especially when we were just learning how to drive. 

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Can Installing Blind Spot Sensors Help You Save on Car Insurance?

Safety equipment such as blind spot sensors, rearview cameras, parking sensors and other care safety features have been proven to work time and time again. In a study conducted by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS), it was revealed that blind spot sensors helped prevent over 14% of all lane-change crashes, as well as over 23% of injuries that resulted from these types of accidents.

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Buying a New Car This Year? You Might Need a Backup Camera

Back in 2014, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) passed a rule that required all new vehicles to be fitted with rearview visibility systems, more commonly known as backup cameras, by May 2018. This law is set to include all car types under 10,000 pounds such as sedans, SUVs, pickups, trucks, vans or other personal vehicles.

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Everything You Ever Needed to Know About Blind Spot Systems

The average American spends nearly 300 hours each year behind the wheel of a car. With increased exposure to the dangers of the road, it’s no surprise vehicle safety features and technology have continued to grow in demand. Blind spot camera systems fall into that category, directly addressing the over 840,000 auto accidents caused by poor visibility in drivers’ blind spots every year. 

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3 Unusual Reasons to Install a Dash Cam in Your Vehicle

Installing a dashboard camera in your vehicle is about much more than leveraging the latest technology. These affordable yet powerful devices can make or break a case following an accident or traffic violation, with the potential to save you four, five or six figures in insurance fees. But, that’s not all they can do.

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Camera Solutions and Fleet Safety

As an owner or manager, when you send out a fleet of workers in large trucks or drivers in buses, you want to equip your vehicles with the highest and latest technology to provide safety for your team and for your customers.

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Camera Solutions for Protecting Your Fleet

As an owner or manager, when you send out a fleet of workers in large trucks or drivers in buses, you want to equip your vehicles with the highest and latest technology to provide safety for your team and for your customers.

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How to Feel Safe About Your Teen on the Road

After your teen turns 16 or 17, they often hit the roads and freeways for the very first time alone. It may be hard as a parent to hand over the car keys and feel safe about them on the road without you in the passenger seat. But with car safety products installed on your car or your teen’s car, you can worry less about them getting into accidents or collisions. Innovative products, such as blind spot cameras, parking sensors, and camera monitors can reduce risk and increase safety while driving.

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Car Camera Buyers Guide: Large Trucks and SUVS

Driving up and down the streets of a bustling city, parallel parking or circling around a compact garage for a parking space in a large truck or SUV isn’t always an easy task. You don’t necessarily have a 360 view of what’s around you and sometimes that can lead to scratching your truck or bumping into another vehicle. But with a camera or two installed on your truck or SUV, you can get a better view of what’s around you. Whether it’s your personal vehicle or a commercial fleet vehicle, here are some safety solutions to help keep you save on the road.

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