What Does Blind-Spot Monitoring Do?

A blind-spot monitor is a system that uses radar sensors and cameras to warn you when there is an object in your blind-spot. On most cars, the system uses light in each side view mirror which stays illuminated if there is an object obstructing your path. Blind-spot monitoring is an optional feature for most manufacturers, meaning that it is not always equipped on the vehicle.

Why Use Blind-Spot Monitoring?

In a fast moving world where cars often drive at high speeds and close proximity, the blind-spot monitoring system has already saved thousands of accidents from happening. If you want to learn more about blind-spot monitor by driving a vehicle that is equipped with the system visit us at Barbour-Hendrick Honda Greenville where we will be happy to let you take a test drive in a safer car than what you are currently driving. Stop by our dealership in the Greenville area!

 

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