Autobarn Know How


    Reversing Cameras & Driver Safety

    Even confident drivers can be deceived by what they can’t see from the driver’s seat. In the driveway and on the road, driver blind spots are often the cause of accidents and deaths.

    At Autobarn we take safety seriously by offering the right advice and a wide range of products to suit your needs.

    Reversing Cameras & Driver Safety

    There are three different types of reversing camera systems available:
    1) The Clip-Over Mirror: These systems have a Mirror with a built in screen that easily clips onto your current mirror.
    2) A Factory Replacement: These Mirrors have a built in screen as well but replace the current mirror attached to the windscreen.
    3) Dash Mounted Stand Alone Screen. These screens can be placed anywhere on the dash that suits the driver.
    All wiring is included in the packages.

    Reversing Sensors

    Reversing sensors are another great option. These judge distance from objects behind the vehicle to the rear bumper.
  • These start with a basic 4 sensor system that uses a buzzer/audible alert to gauge distance.
  • There are also systems available that include both a buzzer and a screen to give the driver a better indication of distance and which sensor is picking it up.
  • The more comprehensive systems have 8 sensors, front and rear as well as a buzzer and screen.

    Our experienced technicians can also install your purchase for you.
    Sensors can be colour coded during installation for a small additional cost.

    Reversing Camera's Available At Autobarn

    Gator 5" Mirror
    Reversing Camera

    Gator 4.3" Rearview
    Mirror Reversing Camera

    ParkMate Mirror & Mini
    Camera Reversing System

    Butterfly Camera

    Gator 4.3"
    Reversing System

    ParkMate Rear
    Parking Assist System

    Vision 4-Sensor
    Reversing System

    NOTE: This information is provided as a guide only and professionals should be consulted when doing any work to a vehicle. Autobarn is not liable for any loss or damage which is suffered or incurred (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss) for any personal injury or damage to property suffered or sustained as a result of using the information provided.