AARP Driver Safety: Vehicle Reverse Monitoring Systems
Reverse monitoring systems warn of objects to the rear of the vehicle to help drivers judge distances and back up safely, and helps drivers with reduced flexibility. Find more driving safety resources at www.aarp.org/drc.
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