Cobra Launches A New Parking Sensor Range

Cobra has launched a new product line to the automotive industry, the Park Master A0300 parking sensor range providing OE production line quality and finish with a totally flush mount.

Cobra's new A0358 4 Eye Rear, A0359 2 Eye Rear, and the A0356 4 Eye Front parking sensors provide a flush finish and are suitable for most cars, motorhomes and commercial vehicles.

Statistics from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) show that around 17% of all road accidents involve reversing whilst data from the Health and Safety Executive shows that nearly 25% of all deaths involving vehicles at work in the UK occur from some form of reversing manoeuvre. Insurance claims research from the University of Huddersfield shows that as many as one third of all reported freight transport collisions occur when a vehicle is reversing.

"Commercial vehicle drivers are constantly under pressure to reverse in difficult operating conditions, and Cobra's Park Master range has been expertly designed to protect both drivers and pedestrians, while also safeguarding vehicles from costly damage and vehicle down time," says Andrew Smith, Managing Director, Cobra UK.

"The new Cobra Park Master range is well placed to take advantage of this growing demand to make vehicles and their drivers safer, while also helping commercial vehicle fleet operators meet their Duty of Care obligations, and protect their vehicle and future insurance premiums."

The new parking sensor range from Cobra is able to be painted to match the colour of the vehicle for a factory style finish and can be fitted to front and rear bumpers. Adjustments can be made in order to accommodate towbars or rear mounted spare wheel and can be used in conjunction with cobra's rear view cameras and mirrors to provide audible distance signals.

11 August 2011 Staff

The information contained this motoring news article may have changed since publication. Product specifications, reviews and editorial may only apply to the UK market. You may wish to check with the manufacturer before making a purchasing decision. E.&.O.E. You may NOT reproduce our motoring news in full or part, in any format without our written permission. © 2018