An Intro to Backup Cameras

We here at i.g. Burton & Co. Inc. think backup cameras are one of the most ingenious auto safety features. As of 2018, they're also federal law, which requires them on all vehicles weighing less than 10,000 pounds. Here's why even the government thinks you need a backup camera if your car doesn't already have one.

Backup Cameras Offer Unlimited Access

Backing up your ride continues to be precarious no matter how seasoned you are as a driver. With no ability to see directly behind your car and downward, backing up is a precarious equation involving your parking skills, your rearview and extra-special care.

A backup camera gives you a clear view of that hidden spot directly behind your vehicle, especially at or below rear window level. The camera interfaces with a monitor whose on-screen guiding lines help you keep your ride centered and straight.

Backup Cameras for Used Cars

Backup cameras didn't become standard until 2018, so older vehicles may not have them. If your car doesn't have a backup camera, consider an aftermarket alternative. Aftermarket versions are often wireless, so you don't have to drill holes or run wires for installation. Visit i.g. Burton & Co. Inc. for a test drive, and see for yourself exactly how a backup camera works and how one can help you improve overall auto safety.



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