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Commercial vehicles usually operate at a tight schedule, and even if not, time is often a key component of the services they provide.

When drivers are rushing to complete service calls, deliveries and pick-ups on time, sometimes safety may take second place.

Most times drivers will take care when they see a potential safety hazard but when they don’t this is when an accident can occur. 

Reversing their commercial vehicle is one of the more hazardous situations as all vehicles have blind spots.


One way to reduce this hazard is by installing commercial quality camera systems.

Commercial Reversing Camera Requirements

Of course, the concept of a reversing camera (also called reverse or rear view camera) has been around for quite some time.

A lot of progress has been made in recent years with improving camera resolution, making them more cost-effective and more standardised, although the market is now branching – striving towards specialised design solutions for specific needs.

And just like with passenger models, reversing camera features and build quality vary greatly.

However, commercial vehicles spend more time on the road than the average family car, so very low cost (cheap) models do not last from prolonged use.

Differing from the passenger car models, reversing cameras for commercial vehicles can be more rugged, embedded in van top brake lights, motorised to allow a different view angles, and designed to get out of the way of usual logistics operations, along with their wiring.


Reversing cameras can be mounted on every type of vehicle (tow trucks, vans, buses, semi trailers and light commercial trucks etc).


A heavy duty reversing camera that can be easily fitted to the rear of a commercial vehicle. - (CDD-073)

VCCD-UNIV  brake light reversing camera for mounting above the rear of commercial vans incorporates a brake light and a commercial grade reversing camera with low light LED's for reversing at night


VCCD-RM600 universal roof mount camera for van

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