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  • Hello and welcome to Reverse Alert

  • A world first aftermarket automatically braking system

  • Reverse Alert system is unique piece technology

  • And that can be fitted to any car, new or used

  • And most importantly, the installation of technology does not conflict with Australian design requirements

  • So it doesn't matter whether you have a brand new car or your car is five years old.

  • Anyone can have access to this world first safety device

  • What is Reverse Alert? How does it work?

  • Let's take a look at some of the key features of the Reverse Alert system

  • Reverse Alert is activated when the reverse gear was selected

  • This turns on the rear sensors and the reversing camera

  • When the system detects an object at 1.6 meters,

  • this sends a signal to the front of the vehicle

  • resulting the brakes of the vehicle being applied automatically

  • Park Mode

  • The system is also being designed to accommodate for everyday driving

  • In this mode, the driver can reverse the vehicle 40 centimeters to an object

  • before the brakes apply

  • Park mode is selected when reversing in tightly confined spaces, such as shopping center carparks

  • Override Mode

  • This mode is selected when the driver needs to disengage the braking system

  • For example, connecting to a caravan or a trailer

  • When connecting to a trailer, the driver may be able to use the park mode

  • So the vehicle stops 40 centimeters from the point of connection

  • For the remainder of the distance, the driver will have to disengage the braking system

  • by holding the override button

  • And when the vehicle is in the correct position

  • the button is released

  • The releasing of the button will again engage the Reverse Alert Braking System

  • Another example when the override mode may be used

  • is when reversing down steep driveways

  • Such reversing scenarios may result in the sensors to take in the presence of the road

  • And as such applying the brakes

  • So to ensure the brakes aren't engaged or to override the brakes,

  • the driver holds the override button

  • until the vehicle has passed over the piece of terrain

  • When the vehicle has passed over

  • the button is released

  • These are just some of the features of the Reverse Alert System

  • Thanks for watching and welcome to Reverse Alert, your complete reversing solution

Hello and welcome to Reverse Alert

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