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Meta SR2 Targa Easy Fit Parking Sensors & SR2 TGi towbar friendly version + the New four sensor FrontPlate4 (see below)
Mounted directly onto the rear bumper, this ingenious device detects obstacles to the rear of the vehicle making parking safer and easier. Especially useful for longer vehicles or vehicles with restricted rear vision. As the vehicle reverses towards an obstacle, an audible warning beep increases intensity to alert the driver until a constant tone gives the indication to stop before contact.
This must be the easiest to fit reversing aid on the market. No large holes to drill, just simply remove the number plate, mount the number plate bracket and clip the number plate back into the bracket.
Please note: Only suitable for European oblong type number plates and not the square types fitted to some Japanese Gray import vehicles. Also the number plate must be centrally fitted to the vehicle and not to one side.
area coverage compared with a 4 bumber sensor kit
sounder can be hidden almost anywhere
Mounted directly onto the front bumper, this ingenious device detects obstacles to the front of the vehicle making parking/manoeuvring safer and easier. Especially useful for vehicles with long sloping bonnets. Once the vehicle reverse gear is selected the FrontPlate4 is activated and will operate for approximately 20 seconds when another gear is used, everytime reverse is selected the timer restarts. As the vehicle moves towards an obstacle, an audible warning beep increases intensity to alert the driver until a constant tone gives the indication to stop before contact. More Info/Buy Online
Add Visual Display to SR2 RTG & Display4 parking sensor kits
Add on LED display unit for the Meta SR2 RTG & FrontPlate4 parking systems (Not SR2), adds visual warnig to the standard sounder. Simple plug & play fitting.
This Display unit will not function with the standard SR2 system.
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in the 'In Gear' supplement from The Sunday Times, May 2007
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