During National Safety Month, we would like to highlight how consumers can leverage aftermarket technology to increase the safety of their vehicles. Today we want to address Blind Spot (Monitoring System) Detection systems.
There are two types of Blind spot warning systems. One that utilizes small cameras, while the other uses radar sensors to monitor the areas alongside and to the rear of the vehicle on both the left and right sides. The latter is our favorite not just because we feel that is more reliable – but because it comes with Cross-Traffic Detection, which makes this aftermarket technology OEM equivalent. Why is that important? OEM products are going to match what’s being replaced and that guarantees function and quality. You’ll be getting the same performance you expect and need from your equipment with an OEM replacement part because it was designed and tested under the same rigorous manufacturer standards.
Blind Spot Detection is a coveted safety feature that usually only comes on high trim models, however, consumers should be informed that they can purchase an aftermarket solution that will perform to the standards as a factory-installed system. Often time the price is considerably less, moreover, you are not forced to get all the other features at that trim level when all you really wanted was the safety of the Blind Spot Detection system. This is also a great option for the Pre-owned market.
Auto Action Group offers a Radar Blind Spot Detection system with Cross-Traffic Detection professionally installed.
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