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Vehicle Backup Camera Experts at Rear View Safety Announce Launch of New Online Buyer’s Guide

Trusted backup camera systems expert Rear View Safety, an authority on safe driving technology, has just launched a new online Buyer’s Guide. Featuring a wealth of data and expert analysis, the Buyer’s Guide will equip visitors to make the best decisions possible about their time on the road.

“Our Buyer’s Guide includes everything a driver should know about backup cameras. We’re excited to launch this new page on our well-reviewed website and stand ready to answer any and all customer questions,” said David Newman, an Account Manager for the vehicle backup camera company.

The Rear View Safety Buyer’s Guide is an essential introduction to the field of backup camera systems, outlining the many applications of monitoring technology. From personal, consumer vehicles up to heavy construction equipment, tractor-trailer fleets, and emergency vehicles, any car or truck on the road can benefit from extra viewing angles and additional visual input. The Buyer’s Guide also compares wired and wireless camera models, both of which offer drivers unique advantages. Rear View Safety has created a new section in the Buyer’s Guide advising customers how many cameras their specific goals will require, as well as a breakdown of optional enhanced features.

The Buyer’s Guide also includes an introduction to dash cams, one of the most popular emergent technologies available to modern motorists. The informative page concludes with some driving safety statistics to help operators make informed decisions online and behind the wheel. Rear View Safety is an acclaimed source of information and data about backup camera systems as well as a retailer of top-tier models in a variety of product lines.

To browse the Buyer’s Guide and available products, customers can visit http://www.RearViewSafety.com or call 800-764-1028 to learn more. The company is also active on social media, including Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RearViewSafety and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/RearViewSafety, and maintains its own technology blog at http://www.RearViewSafetyBlog.com.