Blind Spot Detection System Gets The OK From Consumer Reports
Blind spot warning technology is far from widespread. Although many new automobiles carry such a system, older vehicles lack this potentially life-saving safety feature. Consumer Reports, having noticed an increase in third party devices designed to monitor blind spots and warn drivers when an obstacle is detected, has put one such system to the test. In the end, they come away more or less in support of the Goshers Blind Spot System. Although the researchers pointed out that installation was somewhat complex (they advised getting a mechanic to carry out the operation) and that sensitivity was a bit much until adjustments were made, they vouched for its ability to visually and aurally warn of a blind spot threat.
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