Side View & Blind Spot Camera Installed

See Your Blind Spots Clearly while Driving.  Let Us Install a Blind Spot Camera System for You Today
See Also: Backup Cameras  &  Parking Backup Sensors

Blind Spot Camera, side view camera

Universal Side View Camera • Very Small, about 1.5 inch wide • Adjustable 150° viewing angle • Mounts beneath existing side mirror • Super CMOS III Sensor & NightVision™ technology • EPDM housing • Selectable side view assist lines

Have trouble seeing your blind spot as you drive?  Did you almost have an accident even though you checked your mirrors before you changed lanes? It can happen more often than it should.  Even when we make a best effort it’s hard to always see your entire blind spot area on either side of your car, especially the right hand side.  A blind spot camera with a clear side view of your vehicle will solve your problem.  See clearly what’s there at any time.  Avoid taking chances while you drive.  Now there is no reason to have to turn your neck and take your eyes off the road.

How Does the Blind Spot Camera Work?

Quad screen monitor

Side View Camera mounted on bottom edge of side mirror bracket

The side view camera is usually mounted to the bottom edge of your existing side mirror.  You can do one camera on the right side or you could do a camera on each side.  The blind spot camera is mounted, the cables are run in through the interior of your door and the door boot.  No cables are visible.  The side view camera is wired to a monitor.  Monitors come in different types.

  • Rear view mirror with a built-in monitor
  • Separate monitor screen that mounts on the dash or windshield
  • In-dash touch screen radio
  • Multi-view dash monitor with split screen or quad camera ability.

In some cases special adapters may have to be used especially for factory touch screen radios.

More About Setting Up a System

Blind Spot Camera monitor

7 inch side view camera monitor mounted by a windshield bracket on top center of dash

Blind Spot Camera traffic view

View of oncoming car in blind spot monitor with optional side view assist lines showing

The blind spot camera can share a monitor with other cameras like your existing backup camera. In some cases this may require a special adapter or interface, especially if you have a factory radio.

Normally the blind spot camera is wired to show it’s picture on the monitor when you turn your turn signal on to show your intention of changing lanes.  If you prefer, the system may be wired to show the blind spot view all the time when you’re driving.   What the blind spot camera system costs will depend on what cameras and monitors you need and what’s involved in the installation of the equipment in your vehicle.

Blind spot camera traffic viewTraffic approaching on passenger side, viewed in blind spot monitor

Passing traffic as viewed from blind spot cameraTraffic passing in blind spot as viewed by blind spot camera

Video of traffic in Blind Spot Camera

Video of Traffic passing, as seen in blind spot camera. Selectable side view assist lines showing. Click to play

Questions on a Side View or Blind Spot Camera or Monitor setup?
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Remember, a Blind Spot Camera and Monitor system purchased online has no local warranty. A warranty without local support doesn’t help you much if your side view camera stops working. See our local support benefits when you buy from us, especially if we install your purchase. Click below