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Autocare Parking Sensor - Half Price - £17.50 @ Tesco Direct
Autocare Parking Sensor - Half Price - £17.50 @ Tesco Direct

Autocare Parking Sensor - Half Price - £17.50 @ Tesco Direct

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For all those dodgy parkers out there....

The Autocare parking sensor has 4 piece sensors with a 3 step colour indicator on a digital display. It has a black moulded plastic body and is easy to install. Only suitable for plastic bumpers.

Brand Autocare
Feature 1 Digital display
Feature 2 4 Piece sensors
Feature 3 3 Step colour indicator
Feature 4 Only suitable for plastic bumpers
Material Black moulded plastic body
Product Depth 7.5 cm
Product Height 24 cm
Product Width 22.5 cm

22 Comments

Sorry, cold from me. Has been this price since before christmas and posted several times before

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weebigal;4037512

Sorry, cold from me. Has been this price since before christmas and … Sorry, cold from me. Has been this price since before christmas and posted several times before



Can't find it anywhere, so if you can and it was posted up in the last month then i will get it removed.

If your bumpers are black and you're happy to drill holes into them yourself these are a good buy. But if you need to pay for the fitting, they can work out a bit pricey. Personally I went with the no-drill option which fits inside the bumper, does the same job but is completely invisible. (Instead of the round sensors there's a metallic tape stuck inside, the width of the bumper, then connected to the same control box and works in the same way)

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Voted HOT for the price ! Well done

Wasn't gonna vote as the deal is limited to the ladies lol

A good cheap way to reduce the resale value of your car. Nice one!

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turdburglar;4037764

A good cheap way to reduce the resale value of your car. Nice one!



and does that make it a bad deal?
It could equally be said that's it's a good cheap way of ensuring you don't damage your car (and others) hence keeping the resale value higher?

turdburglar;4037764

A good cheap way to reduce the resale value of your car. Nice one!



lol:thumbsup:

Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car.

Or is that the deal? this is much cheaper than lessons? LOL

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chromosome17;4037953

Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you … Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car. Or is that the deal? this is much cheaper than lessons? LOL



So shall we do away with power steering and anything else that makes driving easier then?

chromosome17;4037953

Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you … Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car. Or is that the deal? this is much cheaper than lessons? LOL



if this stops your wife / girlfriend pranging your motor, I think its worth it :whistling:

boozie;4037580

Can't find it anywhere, so if you can and it was posted up in the last … Can't find it anywhere, so if you can and it was posted up in the last month then i will get it removed.



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Same deal just made cheaper by use of voucher.

boozie;4037580

Can't find it anywhere, so if you can and it was posted up in the last … Can't find it anywhere, so if you can and it was posted up in the last month then i will get it removed.



Here it is, lower price though, and within a month.

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boozie;4037907

and does that make it a bad deal?It could equally be said that's it's a … and does that make it a bad deal?It could equally be said that's it's a good cheap way of ensuring you don't damage your car (and others) hence keeping the resale value higher?



It won't do anything to stop you damaging your car. The only way to get any noticable damage to the back of your car is if it's shunted from behind. A little touch when reversing will cause less damage than drilling holes in your bumper to fit a naff device. I see lots of parking scuffs and dents on the sides of cars which could never be prevented with this device. As I said, the best way to reduce the used value of a car is to carry out a stupid modification like this!

Hope this helps!

Original Poster

turdburglar;4038792

It won't do anything to stop you damaging your car. The only way to get … It won't do anything to stop you damaging your car. The only way to get any noticable damage to the back of your car is if it's shunted from behind. A little touch when reversing will cause less damage than drilling holes in your bumper to fit a naff device. I see lots of parking scuffs and dents on the sides of cars which could never be prevented with this device. As I said, the best way to reduce the used value of a car is to carry out a stupid modification like this!Hope this helps!



I was being facetious. I don't honestly think that either will significantly damage your car and if a little drilling is beyond you, that's your problem.

Hope that helps in return. :thumbsup:

[QUOTE=chromosome17;4037953]Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car.


If thats the case, why do so many manufacturers fit them as standard.:whistling:

Great gadget for the ladies

What i would like to know is, would this warn if a child ran behind as you were reversing?

Yes if it was in the zone of the sensors

deanos;4040703

Yes if it was in the zone of the sensors



Then I would have a need for this and yes I can park. When I pick up the kids from nursery I often have to manoeuver around very tight spots and even though the school repeatedly ask the parents to keep their kids off the road and not ride scooters a large number do. As I reverse very slowly, hitting one of the little brats wouldn't be hugely dangerous but the consequences of knocking a darling Johnny off his new "Chavomatic" scooter doesn't bear thinking about ;-)

Rubbish - looks SOOO tacky

Skybird;4040200

[QUOTE=chromosome17;4037953]Sorry, but if you need these then you need to … [QUOTE=chromosome17;4037953]Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car. If thats the case, why do so many manufacturers fit them as standard.:whistling:



I have driven cars with parking sensors and if they are there I will use them. I can however park so personally fail to see the point in paying money to buy something I don't need. If it was an option on a new car I would choose not to have it. When it comes down to it though no-one is wrong or right, it's just personal preference.

Skybird;4040200

[QUOTE=chromosome17;4037953]Sorry, but if you need these then you need to … [QUOTE=chromosome17;4037953]Sorry, but if you need these then you need to take driving lessons, you should know the size of your car. If thats the case, why do so many manufacturers fit them as standard.:whistling:



The latest generation of cars have cameras instead of sensors.
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