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Parking sensors
Started by: annefair (1124) Report abuse
Has anyone had parking sensors fitted on a car? Looking for recommendations/quotes.

Posted by: orrellite (2286) Report abuse
have had them only as factory fitted option would not be without them also on one had the auto park but never used it other than to show the grandchildren

Posted by: tomplum (4377)  Report abuse
to be honest, parking sensors make the job harder, the bleeping disturbs your concentration, I hired a car once and it drove me mad, best move is get a smaller easier car to park,

Posted by: billy (25890)  Report abuse
yeah...factory fitted. can be helpful in tight parking space.

Posted by: dave b (1204)  Report abuse
I had a jaguar x type a few years ago,and because of the long boot thought id get some fitted, got a price off Halfords i nearly collapsed.
So i bought a kit off online and fitted them myself,they only connect into the reversing light circuit, half the price.They really good had a small screen on the dash with the distance on,and a buzzer with adjustable volume or off ,and the screen which lit up at night.
I have a nissan note tenka now there fitted as standard,but the bleeper is in the back behind the R/H trim panel and couldnt hear it ,so i rewired it, its under the drivers seat now perfect.

Posted by: baker boy (13735) Report abuse
mine came with the car but its invaluable with my big rear end.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (1684) Report abuse
Aye and in your case, probably a bit of a nessesity

Posted by: Staffie (1054)  Report abuse
Expect to pay less than £100 to have them fitted, Ive just had them fitted but donít live in Wigan anymore.

Posted by: cordyline (4107)   Report abuse
While it's a motoring thread.... can I ask

Has anyone experience with Dacia ?

In particular we are thinking of a new Duster; probably with all mod cons

Posted by: chatty (5105)  Report abuse
Parking sensors, weren't they called bumpers back in the day.

Posted by: paul mcnamara (1067)   Report abuse
cordyline, a colleague of mine has one and we used to lift share. During the winter they get a lot of condensation on the inside windows and the blowers don't seem to clear it very well.

Posted by: lisalee (11934)   Report abuse
My mum has a Dacia. I've driven it a few times and it's a really nice drive.

Posted by: billy (25890)  Report abuse
there was a time "dacia"s had a very very bad name...a music hall joke in fact.../..but along came the Germans anD bought em out, theyre as good if not better than most cars in the same price bracket.I wouldnt hesitate in buying one.

Posted by: bridger (14) Report abuse
Dacia is owned by Renault. They're French, not German.

Posted by: billy (25890)  Report abuse
in th first instance bridger, wasn't it the germans who bought em out????sorry iffn I'm wrong.

Posted by: lectriclegs (2779) Report abuse
Int google great

 
 
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