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FenSens Wireless Parking Sensor

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Jun 1, 2016

Category: Tech

Almost every luxury vehicle comes with an onboard parking sensor nowadays, which chirp like so many birds warning of every impending bump, nudge, and crunch. But what about the rest of us? Just because we may not drive the finest in automotive extravagance, it doesn’t mean we are eager to smash into every other vehicle, wall, or unseen street pole every time we try to back into a space. FenSens, who have developed a parking sensor and wireless app which can be equipped on almost any car or truck, appear to agree with that sentiment.

With a simple download on your smart phone and the addition of a FenSens license plate frame, any car or truck less than 30 feet in length can be made safer and easier to park in or pull out of those tight spaces. In fact, you don’t even have to take your phone out of your pocket to use it, as the app can be set up to warn of incoming obstacles by vibration. It even comes with proprietary security screws and a specialized screwdriver to ward off any jealous thieves. The device is currently being offered with an early bird price of $99. [Purchase]

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