Drive And Park More Safely With This Backup Camera

Jack Kocsis | Director of Commerce

When I was 16, I failed my driver’s test. I had no problem, mind you, with the actual useful operations of the car. The only problem I had was with parallel parking, a requisite of the test I rejected on principle. Why, I protested, should I learn this? When in my life will I ever have to use this. Haven’t you heard of parking lots and driveways?

Fast forward nearly a decade, and I’ve been vindicated. Besides the second time I took my driver’s test, I have never had to parallel park in my life. I would not know how to do it if I had to.

Which brings me to my point. There is in theory a situation that might arise wherein I would have to parallel park. And that’s where a backup camera kit comes in. It helps you squeeze your car into the tiniest of spots, even if you don’t know what you are doing. (And if you do know what you are doing, it makes it that much easier). I recommend having one of these in every car. So much, in fact, that I went ahead and got you a discount with the code VIULBB9F:

Normally $110, this backup camera kit is 35 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $110, this backup camera kit is 35 percent off with this code (Photo via Amazon)

AUTO-VOX M1W Wireless Backup Camera Kit,IP 68 Waterproof LED Super Night Vision License Plate Reverse Rear View Back Up Car Camera,4.3” TFT LCD Rearview Monitor for Vans, Camping Cars, Trucks, RVs on sale for $71.49 with code VIULBB9F

This backup camera kit uses a wireless (and waterproof!) transmitter, so you don’t have to worry about connecting any long cables. The camera features 6 high brightness LEDs, which will automatically turn on/off according to the environment.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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