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Reverse Backing Systems Sets Out to Save Fleet Owners Money

December 20, 2005

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Reverse Backing Systems’ (RBS) collision avoidance technology geared specifically for the fleet industry contends that by investing in a system that will prevent accidents, fleet owners can save millions of dollars, collectively, in property damage and insurance costs. “Our products lower operating costs by increasing fleet safety,” summarizes Jared Jolly, CEO and president.In an effort to prevent the high cost of fleet vehicle crashes, Reverse Backing Systems has taken steps to impact the fleet industry:

  • A distribution network in the 12-volt industry through manufacturing representatives and distributors.
  • Exclusive backup sensors for all types of pick-up trucks, commercial trucks and 18 wheelers — even some that offer coverage/sensors on the back, sides and front of commercial vehicles.
  • A Web site (www.fleetbackupsensor.com) and company division focused entirely on the needs of the fleet world.
  • 100 percent guarantee on all parking sensor products.
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