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New Post 4/30/2019 8:19 AM
  Einar1
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Re: rear view camaras 
I bought a unit with a hand held screen and a magnet mount. Comes in real handy I put it on the tailgate of the truck to help hookup the hitch. Then move the camera onto the back bumper of the trailer before backing in. But first I draw a line in the dirt with my foot for where I want to stop. Then back in using the camera with the handheld screen on the dash to keep an eye out for the line I drew in the dirt to stop at. Works great and no more yelling with the wife!
I also use it at night with the night vision on it. I leave the camera turned on and stick it on the leg of our awning by the door outside and have the handheld screen inside. So if we hear anything just turn it on to find out what's going on outside. We have seen some great wild life go by out side at night.
 
New Post 12/8/2019 10:05 AM
  frankgibbons
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Re: rear view camaras 
 TheKindCamper wrote
Great question! Having a rear view camera has made traveling a lot less stressful!

There are a lot of great options, especially with wireless & multi-camera options.

https://rvingreviews.com/electrical/best-rv-backup-cameras/


I agree with you, there are lots of good wireless cameras that are now available in the market, for safe driving these cameras provide a great backup while driving.
 
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