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VOXX INTRODUCES BLIND SPOT DETECTION SYSTEM

HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 -–VOXX Electronics Corporation announced the expansion of the Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) product line with the introduction of the first aftermarket Blind Spot Detection system (ACABSD) using microwave based detection with approximately 30 feet of range. The system enhances the drivers field of view and acts as an extra set of eyes around the vehicle.

“Today there is a growing interest being place upon driver safety products and our ADAS product line reflects the importance we feel in delivering safety accessories to the aftermarket,” said Aron Demers, Vice President, VOXX Electronics Corporation.  “We are continuously looking to expand our product offerings and the introduction of the first aftermarket Blind Spot Detection system demonstrates our committed to growing this product category to deliver new and innovative solutions to the aftermarket.”

The Blind Spot Detection sensors supplement the vehicle’s interior and exterior rear-view mirrors and notifies the driver with audible and visual alerts when approaching vehicles and/or objects appear in the blind spot area. The sensors are equipped with adjustable speed sense and will activate at the chosen speed, turning the ACABSD on when it is needed reducing false alarms when stopped at a light or moving at slower speeds. The system is easy to install – mounts behind the bumper, no drilling required.

The ACABSD is available now for an MSRP of $799.00.

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