Our monitors come in rear view mirror versions that clip on or completely replace the mirror, and standalone models that can be mounted to the dash or any other convenient viewing location. Many have multiple video inputs so the monitor can also be connected to a DVD player, and these usually have a remote control for on/off, mode selection, and to adjust picture quality. The most sophisticated monitors from our selection have built-in Bluetooth, smartphone compatibility, auto-pairing, caller ID display, external microphone, and auto reverse video switch for parking.
A trailer hitch camera will help you guide the hitch ball right into the trailer coupler all by yourself, a job that used to involve repeated trial and error or another set of eyeballs, and some units even provide audible assistance. Our dash cameras can be aimed through the windshield to record traffic incidents. Top of the line models have built-in GPS to display driving speed and position; three recording options: normal, parking, and event; and auto motion detection, which initiates recording when impact or motion is detected, for recording collisions and attempted theft when your vehicle is parked.