5 Channel 10.1 Inch BSD AI Blind Spot Warning Pedestrian Detection Camera For Truck Vans RVs Bus
Why Choose BSD Warning System?
In everyday life, numerous road accidents are caused by the blind spots of vehicles. For large vehicles, the driver’s vision can be obstructed by blind spots due to their size. When a traffic accident occurs, the risk is multiplied.The blind spot of a truck refers to the area that the driver cannot see directly due to the body of the truck obstructing their line of sight while in the standard driving position.The blind spots of a truck are commonly referred to as “no zones.”These are areas around the truck where the driver’s visibility is limited, making it difficult or impossible to see other vehicles or objects.
Right Blind Spot
The right blind spot extends from the back of the cargo container to the end of the driver’s compartment, and it can be around 1.5 meters wide. The size of the right blind spot can increase with the size of the cargo box.
Left Blind Spot
The left blind spot is typically located near the back of the cargo box, and it is generally smaller than the right blind spot. However, the driver’s vision can still be restricted if there are pedestrians, bicyclists, and motor vehicles in the area around the left rear wheel.
Front Blind Spot
The front blind spot is typically located in the area close to the truck’s body, and it can extend approximately 2 meters in length and 1.5 meters in width from the front of the cab to the back of the driver’s compartment.
Rear Blind Spot
Large trucks do not have a rear window, so the area directly behind the truck is a total blind spot for the driver. Pedestrians, bicyclists, and motor vehicles that are positioned behind the truck cannot be seen by the driver.