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If you’ve done business with CVS before, or you’ve read our blog, then the chances are you already know how seriously we take Ute performance.

At CVS, we use customisable service bodies and fiberglass canopies to help you to protect and enhance your business assets. Thanks to our unique solutions, companies from a range of backgrounds can ensure they’re making the most out of their portable workstations.

However, we don’t just encourage you to upgrade your business with service bodies and canopies. We can also offer a range of fantastic accessories too, designed to improve performance, promote security, and deliver exceptional safety on the roads. One of our most popular fit-out options, is the reversing camera. Here, we’re going to explore the five biggest reasons why you should consider adding reversing sensors and cameras to your Ute.

Reason 1: No Need to Rely on Wing Mirrors

As useful as your wing mirrors might be, it can be difficult to get a full view of what’s going on behind you, particularly when you have an upgraded Ute with a service body or canopy. While craning your neck for a good view may still work wonders, a much more convenient solution would be to use a reversing sensor and camera system that enhances your vision.

With a reversing sensor and camera system, you’ll access a much wider field of vision, and ensure that you get a clear, non-distorted image that’s much better than what you’d see through a standard mirror.

Reason 2: Avoid Vehicle Damage

At CVS, many of our Ute accessories are designed to help you protect your vehicle. For instance, our tub liners can help to prevent scratches, scrapes, and holes in the bottom of your cargo bed. Our reversing sensor and camera systems are also ideal for helping you to avoid damage to your biggest assets, as they allow you to make careful manoeuvres that protect your Ute.

It can be difficult for even the most competent of drivers to work with large vehicles in tight spaces. With reversing cameras, you’ll have a perfect view of where you need to move, so that you can avoid any unwanted legal disputes or damage.

Reason 3: Be Aware of All Hazards

Hazards are everywhere on the Australian roads – not just in tiny parking spaces. A rear sensor and camera system for your Ute could help you to make sure that you know what’s going on around you – from cyclists approaching from the rear, to obstacles that might be waiting in your blind spots.

With reversing cameras and sensors, you can rest assured that you’re not going to miss something that could be dangerous to both you, and your vehicle.

Reason 4: Legal Benefits

As the owner of a single vehicle, or a fleet of commercial Ute solutions, the chances are that you’ll want to defend yourself from accidents. Not only can Ute reversing sensors and rear cameras help you to avoid disaster, but they can also mean that you’re able to claim the compensation that you deserve if someone crashes into your company vehicle.

Since you’ll have your camera on board, if someone driving recklessly damages your Ute or service body, you’ll have a video evidence of every moment. This evidence is highly valued by courts and insurance companies.

Reason 5: Greater Value

Finally, one of the biggest advantages of adding any accessory or fit out to your Ute is the fact that when the time comes to sell your van, you’ll be able to demand a higher price. The more impressive your company vehicle is, thanks to its aluminium service body, robust locking shelves, and reversing camera, the more appealing it will be when you’re ready to sell.

At CVS, we can help you to find the custom fit-outs that enhance and optimise your business vehicles. No matter whether you’re looking for security, performance, safety, or a combination of all three, we can help you access the updates you need. See what we can do for you by emailing us here, or calling us on 1300 360 059.

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