License plate holder parking assistant with radio transmission
Gearde in big cities, the traffic is increasing more and more. There are significantly more cars and the streets are getting busier. Traffic jams and slow-moving traffic then affect concentration because the driver is very stressed. Dangerous situations are underestimated and accidents occur more frequently. Even "just" fender damage can be expensive. Every driver or vehicle owner is insured, but the insurance company upgrades the driver in the damage class for every accident. As a result, higher insurance premiums have to be paid. A simple fender bender can be very expensive and cost several thousand euros. Not to mention the stress and paperwork. The police may also be involved and want detailed information about how the accident happened. If you want to avoid such situations, then a reversing camera or parking assistant is just what you need. The license plate holder with parking assistant is very easy to install and will quickly become a valuable help on the road.
Parking assistant license plate holder with radio signal transmission
The parking assistant license plate holder is very easy to use. Simply remove the old holder, screw on the new one including license plate and you're done. Thanks to wireless video transmission, the parking assistant license plate holder is usually ready for use in just a few minutes. There's no wiring to run, so just attaching the new holder gets the job done. It's that easy. The video signal is then sent wirelessly to a monitor. You can then conveniently see what is happening around your car on one screen.
In addition, this solution is very inexpensive. Especially when you consider how expensive an accident can be, there is every reason to upgrade your car.
In addition, you can not only use the parking assistant license plate holder when parking, but also use it as an aid in confusing situations, as shown in the picture. In our example, the camera in the front license plate holder shows the lady crossing the street. Due to the parked cars, the field of vision is limited and the driver may see the lady too late. The license plate holder parking assistant recognizes the pedestrian in front of the driver and warns accordingly on the monitor.