No matter what type of car you drive, Bay Area Audio Visions can install a backup camera in your vehicle. These provide safety and convenience for drivers of every age. Not only do they eliminate blind spots and give you more confidence behind the wheel, they protect you from backing over children or items in your path and save you from costly repairs.
Many Camera Options To Choose From
- There is a camera for every type of vehicle—from low-riding sports cars to big trucks that tow trailers. There is the typical backup camera that can be installed at the top of the rear license plate or flush into the lip above the license plate. These cameras are barely noticeable and give you a clear view of what is behind your vehicle.
- Blind-spot cameras are another option. To eliminate all blind spots, Bay Area Audio Visions installs three cameras. The rear camera shows the image in your dash when your vehicle is placed in reverse. With the small camera installed underneath both of your side mirrors, when your left blinker is turned on, the left camera image will appear in your dash; the same goes for the right blinker. These are especially great when changing lanes on the freeway!
- A 360-degree bird’s-eye camera will give you a complete view of your vehicle, just as the name describes. This technology integrates four camera views into a 360-degree surround-view image of a vehicle, providing you with complete protection.
- If you have a trailer or a fifth wheel, we’ve also got you covered! This camera will allow you to hook up your fifth wheel or trailer to your truck with ease. You won’t have to keep getting in and out of your truck to line things up, because you’ll have a clear image of what’s behind you.
- A night vision camera will provide you with the ability to see pedestrians, deer and other animals in the dark of night. What you normally wouldn’t be able to see with your headlights, hundreds of yards in front of you, you’ll have a clear image of.
- If you drive a sports car with a low-hanging spoiler or a truck with an extended front bumper, a front camera would be a great fit for you. This camera will protect you from any damage to the front of your vehicle.
Options For Viewing The Camera’s Image
Nowadays, there are also great options when it comes to how you want to view the camera’s image.
- If your vehicle already has a factory LCD screen in the dash, the camera usually can be integrated to work with that screen for viewing
- Another option is to have a new stereo installed that has a LCD display
- You can have us install a replacement rear view mirror that has an embedded screen. This mirror looks like a normal mirror, but, when the vehicle is placed in reverse, the camera image shows up in the mirror.
Stop By Today To Learn More About Our Backup Camera Solutions
The team at Bay Area Audio Visions invites you to stop by our store in Corpus Christi, Texas, for a free consultation and answers to any questions you may have about backup cameras, you can also contact us here.