by on June 24, 2020
If you’re less than gifted when it comes to parking, or want to peer into a precarious blind spot, a backup or rear view camera is a great addition to your car or truck (and much cheaper than buying a new auto that has one built in). Since May 2018, new cars sold in the US have to have backup cameras built in under a federal regulation, to help drivers avoid accidents in which pedestrians are run over because a driver can’t see them when they are reversing. While older cars don’t need to be retrofitted with a camera, they are handy and can be super affordable too. How well do wireless backup cameras work? Like with all technology, premium versions tend to offer more features than basic models. Backup cameras are designed to be installed easily, but you need to consider whether the one you like requires wires to be installed between the monitor and camera, as this can be a little tricky. It’s also important to check whether a device is compatible with your vehicle, where a camera will be placed, and whether you want features like night vision and loop recording. All these things will probably be determined by your budget, which is an important consideration, with the prices of backup cams varying wildly from $30 up to $300. What is the best reverse parking camera? We're so glad you asked. After hours of research, we've come up with the list of seven below. From our top pick (the Yada Digital Wireless Monitor) to our best budget option (the LeeKooLuu Backup Camera and Monitor Kit), and lots more in between, here are our picks for the best backup cameras on the market right now.
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