Tunes N Tint in Lakeland is pleased to offer the Echo Master blind spot sensor system. Over the last few years, driver safety products have become better and better known. Nowhere is the category making improvements like with blind spot sensors. Voxx has introduced a radar-based system that can accurately and easily let you know when someone comes into your blind spot while driving.
How It Works
The system itself is made up of two radar sensors that get installed behind your rear bumper, toward each edge of the vehicle. Once they are properly positioned and calibrated, they alert you of someone coming up behind you on either side of your car truck or SUV.
Here is how it works: If someone comes into your blind spot on the left side, a visual indicator illuminates to alert you of that. Should you decide to activate your left blinker, an audible alert will now go off as a secondary line of defense, so you don’t change lanes at that moment. The same scenario happens if someone comes into your blind spot on the right side. First, you get a visual warning from the indicator we strategically place on the right side of your vehicle. Should you turn on your right blinker, the audible alert begins to go off, reminding you to not change lanes at the moment.
Quality Installation is Critical
While the technology behind the EchoMaster sounds simple, the installation is critical if you want it to work correctly. Fortunately, Tunes N Tint employs some of the finest technicians in all of Florida, and they understand the proper method of installing this driver safety product. Our team will thoroughly test the blind spot system before returning your car, truck or SUV to you.
Stop In and See Us
The next step in getting a EchoMaster blind spot sensor system installed is to stop by Tunes N Tint with the vehicle you have in mind for the product. Our team will look over your vehicle, get to know you better and make sure it is the best product for your needs. You can also click HERE for more information about any of our products and services.