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Laser Assisted Parking

While coordinating with an on-board computer, with laser assisted parking the car owner is able to discern the distance of an oncoming object while backing up. A backing up device usually has different tones to indicate how close one gets to an upcoming object, having three different zones. The first zone is silent and is called the 'safe zone', silence shows that there is nothing in your vicinity. The second zone, the 'caution zone', sounds when objects are two to four feet away. The third zone is the stop zone. This is often set from 6 inches to two feet depending on the distance the owner sets. When the car reaches the desired distance, beeping will remain constant, indicating the need to stop. This decreases the tendency hit something, or even the possibility of running over even the tragedy of child or pet.

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