Driver safety products are a growing category at Method Sound in Costa Mesa. As safety and assistance products keep getting better and better, we have been on the cutting edge of this category, offering better performing products backed up with reference-standard installation work.
What Makes Us Unique in This Category
Our design process, product selection and installation methods that we use to build our audio systems are widely known. Those standards are what makes them the best sounding and most reliable audio systems possible. We use the same standards with our driver safety enhancements. The end result is a solution designed to give you the best performance along with the most reliable installation.
When installing something as simple as a rearview camera or as advanced as a blind spot warning system, the rules of the game are the same. The camera or the radar sensors have to be in just the right spot along with the perfect angle in order to give you the best result. That requires not just selecting the easiest mounting position possible to get the job done faster, but also the willingness to do whatever it takes to get the equipment in the best location for proper performance. At the same time, the project needs to preserve the vehicle’s cosmetic appearance, maintain its serviceability and ensure long-term reliability. This is the benefit of having an experienced, quality technician designing and installing safety equipment in your vehicle.
Categories of Driver Safety Products
Dash cameras are becoming more and more common in this new category. They allow you to have a video report of what happened in the event of an accident or break-in. Video can clearly convey facts to the authorities, often proving your innocence when someone is being dishonest. It may also help you find the person who damaged your vehicle when you weren’t around.
Many types of cameras are available at Method Sound. From well-known backup cameras to less commonly known forward cameras, to blind spot cameras, we offer them all.
Parking sensors can be installed in the front or rear bumper of most vehicles. They use ultrasonic technology to alert you when your bumper is close to an object, helping you avoid damage and even loss of life.
Blind spot warning systems utilize microwave sensors that are installed in the rear of your car, truck or SUV. They alert you of the presence of another vehicle in your blind spot. Some systems even offer cross traffic alerts when backing up.
Forward collision warning systems are engineered to tell you when you’re following too close to the vehicle in front of you, to alert you to a potential forward collision, and let you know if you’re drifting out of your lane.
Schedule a Driver Safety Consultation
The next step is to schedule an appointment with one of our team members. You can do that by clicking HERE or by calling us at 949-842-0792.