Garage Parking Safety Device

Written by Josh Dodes
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Few drivers are aware of the difference a great garage parking safety device can make in their day-to-day lives. With more Americans parking in garages every year, and garages becoming more and more crammed with cars, backing into parking spots has become as much of a frustration as it is a necessity. However, the attendant risks of backing up in these scenarios can, in fact, be avoided.

Thanks to a small handful of innovative designers, a new breed of backup sensors has recently come to market. These sensors, combining ease of installation with powerful sensory capacities, can prevent avoidable collisions in even the trickiest of parking situations. When you're trying to fit into a tight spot, that confidence can go a long way.

The Benefits of Garage Parking Safety Devices

Garage parking safety devices are more necessary than you might think. After all, thousands of cars require repair every day for damages occurring while backing up. These drivers are not less competent behind the wheel; the fact is, this kind of collision can happen to anyone.

With the right tools in hand, it doesn't have to happen to you. Once you implement a system that alerts you to the proximity of objects behind you, you'll find parking to be an easier and safer experience than ever before. In fact, you may even find it fun.

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Sorry Jim, only half true. The final output of the logic you have dteciepd detects 1-1-1 OR any one of the other 7 combinations, NOT just 0-0-0. You got very close to realising that in your final paragraph but didn't quite make the leap of logic.(Sorry, bad pun)If our young friend only needs to detect one of the logic combinations then using the logic blocks is the way to go. The original solution requires a lot of code duplication. Unfortunately it would take a good deal of space to display the logic set needed for each outcome so I'll leave that to you if you are interested.