1. Mirrors and Cameras For Semi Trucks

    Replacement Mirrors and Cameras

    Truckers Can’t Always See You.

    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 840,000 blind spot accidents occur each year resulting in 300 deaths. Drivers that are cutting off trucks and swerving in and out of lanes are putting everyone at risk of injury. If a small car is within 30 feet of a truck, chances are the truckers cannot see the driver with enough time to react. During pre-trip planning, we suggest inspecting mirrors and cameras to reduce the chances of accidents this season.

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  2. Velvac Rear-view Backup Camera Technology

    We like to joke that some people have “eyes in the back of their heads” and while this would be a useful trick when it comes to successfully backing up a trailer, we all still need a little bit of help to make sure we don’t take out a light pole or another vehicle. Mirrors are helpful, but even fully optimized mirror systems leave out what’s directly behind your truck, and when it comes to huge trailers, that’s a lot of blind spots.

    Even the most seasoned driver needs a little bit of backup, and a high-quality backup camera can be one of the most useful tools on the truck. We’ve all done it the old-fashioned way where a person stands behind the truck and guides the driver in while the driver sticks their head out the window, but the technology is now available to show you exactly where the rear of the truck is and how much space you have to work with. If your truck or fleet isn’t currently equipped with backup, then you might be due for an upgrade, and we have the perfect brand.

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