It doesn’t matter how much of an experienced and brilliant driver you are, backing up in any vehicle can be a real torture. Pair the stress of attempting to fit into a tight parking space with a handful of cars waiting for you to finish and you have got yourself a situation on your hands.
Now, try backing up in an RV, almost impossible right? Well not quite. There are tools available these days to help drivers maneuver their way into any difficult spot, without breaking into a nervous sweat.
The best thing you could get for your RV is a wireless backup camera. Here are some reasonably priced backup cameras that are so worth the money! Regardless of how often or not you drive your RV, it is definitely worth spending a few bucks on a camera. For one, it is the safest way to backup in such a large vehicle, and secondly, you won’t unnecessarily damage your RV by hitting a wall or pole that you didn’t see.
RV Wireless Backup Camera Pros:
You don’t need to splash out on a wireless backup camera, they are sold at a very reasonable price and sometimes are no more expensive than the old fashioned wired systems.
2. Great Technology
Wireless systems have the ability to be integrated into other important gadgets that you most likely use in your car. You can integrate your camera into your satellite navigation system and have a two-in-one tool.
3. Easy To Use
The instructions are so simple, you could operate them with your eyes closed! (not that we would recommend doing that of course…) you don’t need to be a tech wiz to use your wireless camera as all of the functions and features are pretty self-explanatory.
Installing a backup camera in your RV is not going to take up a lot of room at all on your dashboard. You will still have room to prop up your mobile phone and satellite navigation system without feeling cramped.
Cons of Using a Wireless Backup Camera:
Nothing, no matter how great, comes without cons, let’s be real about it. Here are the downsides of using wireless backup cameras;
1. Weather Interference
Thunderstorms and heavy rain can tamper with the camera image and make it impossible to see a clear image on the screen. This is a real issue as it’s during heavy rain that you need to see what you are backing up into the most.
2. Signal Loss
Have you ever come to really need to use a gadget and all of a sudden the signal is lost and there is nothing you can do about it? Backup systems are no different from other wireless gadgets that rely on having great signals to function properly.
In conclusion, the pros really do outweigh the cons and the majority of the time your backup camera will work well. Some technical hiccups are to be expected with any gadget, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t use it at all, right?