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Date: Mon, 4 May 1998 10:33:37 -0700
From: "intime" <>
Subject: Automatic Back Up Alert System-No more dented bumpers!

Los Angles, May 04 (AP) - Intime International announces a new back up alert system called "mini series Car Reversing Aid". According to the company, this system will tell drivers how close any obstacles are behind them while they are backing up. No more guessing! The automatic back up alert system incorporates two or three sensors, depending on the size of the vehicle, mounted on the back of the vehicle. As soon as the driver puts their vehicle in reverse, the system is powered on and immediately a LED readout unit, mounted underneath the rear view mirror, displays in feet or meter the closest obstacle that is behind the car with an accuracy of +/- 2 inches. The System also have an audio warning indicator that will increase in pulse intensity as the vehicle to obstacle distance decreases. According to the company spokesperson, "This system is completely weatherproof and will function in all types of weather conditions. In addition, we have designed the system so that it can be installed in most types of vehicles in less then 60 minutes with no drilling on the vehicle at all!" The company is in the process of setting up a dealer network throughout US and Canada. Any interested party wanting to becoming a dealer can contact the company directly at their web site at or call 1-800-869-8866 or email: There is also a special introductory offer for anyone wishing to add the automatic back up alert system to their vehicle. Visit the company web site for more details. Headquartered in Gardena, California, with principal manufacturing facilities in the Far East, Intime designs, develops and markets on a worldwide basis high technology consumer electronic products. Intime product and technical information can be retrieved by visiting their website at

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