Re­verse psy­chol­ogy

Herald Sun - Motoring - - Prestige -

Pro­tect­ing your fam­ily is a pri­or­ity, which is why fac­tory and af­ter-mar­ket re­vers­ing cam­eras are pop­u­lar. Some are bet­ter than oth­ers, though, with the field of vi­sion and depth of view vary­ing be­tween prod­ucts. One of the bet­ter ex­am­ples has tested is the Swann Mon­i­tor­ing wire­less back-up kit. It’s com­pact, takes 10-15 min­utes to in­stall and worked as de­signed on both a VX Com­modore and Toy­ota LandCruiser. The only crit­i­cism is that the screen is a touch small. The 2.4-inch unit is fine if your vi­sion is OK, but we had older driv­ers lean­ing for­wards to en­sure they had a clear view. In its favour is the fact it can be fixed right at the front of the dash. The unit costs $249 and is avail­able from Dick Smith and Har­vey Norman. But re­mem­ber, do the head­check as well.

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