Parking Sensors

Parking Sensors

Drivers are normally well protected by such products as seat belts, air bags, ABS brakes, crumple zones and side impact bars, etc. Unfortunately the same cannot be said whilst reversing. A recent study showed that over 37% of all insurance claims were caused whilst reversing.

Reversing accidents and scrapes cost on average of £500 to repair and even though you are insured most drivers have to pay an excess of between £250 and £1,000+ VAT and for young drivers this can be even higher. This has to be paid on every single claim. If you then add the cost of time off work, arranging hire cars and obtaining estimates etc. the total cost is far in excess of £250.

Many drivers think that because they are good drivers, they don't need parking sensors, especially those who have yet to experience an accident. However, parking sensors have nothing to do with how bad or good a driver you are. All of us experience situations where we just cannot see. Condensation, Ice, low lying objects or even people walking across your path can be detected by the sensors, even when you can't see them.

Parking Made Easy

Whether the result is a damaged bumper, or something more serious, there are measures you can take to help prevent the accident in the first place. Parking Sensors can be fitted to both the rear and front of your vehicle to provide all round protection. Parking sensors can be fitted to both brand new and older models of car or van. The optional LED Display which also shows which side of the vehicle the obstruction is on and is ideal if you prefer a visual warning, have difficulty turning around, or impaired hearing.

Fully Fitted Colour codes sensor from £220.