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Morris 1300 Blind spot monitoring sensor installation
Morris Blind spot monitoring sensor installation
Blind spot monitoring technology features a sensor device that detects when other vehicles are located to the side or rear of your Morris 1300. When the sensor becomes aware of another vehicle it will alert the driver with lights, sound, vibration or even instigate autonomous crash avoidance intervention.
Blind spot technology uses radar, sonar, electromagnetic waves or camera imagery to detect if another vehicle is getting too close to your Morris 1300 or if you are about to move into a space that is already occupied.
In some systems, cameras are placed inside side mirrors and relay information to a computer. Other systems use electromagnetic waves that are emitted and which then bounce back off nearby traffic. These are usually mounted on the rear of the Morris 1300. Newer systems use radar or sonar to monitor traffic, warn the driver when necessary and alter a vehicle’s direction if necessary.
Brands like Parkmate, Mongoose, Parkpro, Haodi Australia, Ashley Group can provide blind spot monitoring systems and most will provide installation services or can advise on who can install the system for you. If you do need someone to install a system in your Morris 1300, an auto electrician should be able to do an expert job.