Backup Camera System Expert Rear View Safety Now Assisting New Customers Following Latest Proposal for Federal Safety Requirements
NEW YORK, April 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With federal safety regulations scheduled to mandate rear view safety technology on all vehicles by 2018, backup camera system experts at Rear View Safety are encouraging drivers to explore safety equipment today. Early adopters will be best able to use integrated safety technology when it arrives, and the risk-reducing benefits that motivate this new proposal are just as essential today.
"Since backup camera system technology was first introduced, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been trying to mandate installation in all vehicles. The safety benefits are simply too important not to share. This recent proposal is great news for us and for keeping America safe," said Joseph Schechter, sales manager for Rear View Safety.
Most drivers agree that backup camera system technology is a major advantage with regard to safe driving. Until now, cost has been the primary roadblock between the country's motorists and a safer future. Now, with affordable models arriving regularly in online stores and investors crowding around to support the latest equipment, government agencies are ready to embrace rear view cameras. Companies who invest in Rear View Safety products for their fleets today will be better trained and prepared when the government requirements go into effect. Personal motorists who do the same can avoid both costly accidents by starting to integrate vehicle backup camera technology into their cars and trucks as soon as possible.
To get started with Rear View Safety before requirements become active, customers can visit http://www.RearViewSafety.com or call 800-764-1028. The truck backup camera company is also active on social media, including Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/RearViewSafety and Twitter at http://twitter.com/RearViewSafety.
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