The majority of vehicles don't have reverse parking sensors because they're often reserved for newer vehicles, so the 'FenSens' number plate frame looks to upgrade older cars.
Coming in two models and fitting vehicles of all kinds, the 'FenSens' works by offering drivers situational feedback to prevent rear collisions in parking lots and other such places. The 'FenSens' connects to a drivers smartphone and will provide information regarding how close the vehicle is to hitting something or scraping a surface. This comes in the form of beeps or, if the smartphone is in the users' pocket, vibrations.
The 'FenSens' number plate frame features a wireless design, a five-month battery and a dirt and waterproof design to keep the components safe.
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