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Date Registered: 12-2004
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Who needs reverse parking sensors when you have one of these installed? Absolutely awesome!! I want it, emoticon

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Date Registered: 10-2005
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Group Buy ? ? ?

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Can you imagine what insurance claims would look like in the future? LOL

"It wasn't me who reversed into that car, it was the Auto-Pilot!!" hahahahaha

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I`m in on the group buy aswell. That thing is hell wicked. emoticon

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More parking techniques emoticon

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I guess these guys wont be needing any advanced parking assist technologies LOL

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quote:

NPC73 wrote:

Who needs reverse parking sensors when you have one of these installed? Absolutely awesome!! I want it, emoticon

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Anita would like to know how we are progressing with the Group Buy on this item please?
Would like to allow the car to self-park while gathering together the Accesslink card/ID/Name Badge/Mobile Phone ready to make the dash across the car park into the office. emoticon

Reverse parking sensors can only do so much, and learning to drive in the UK back in the early 1970's did not include reverse parallel parking. Marriage is not compatible with learning how to reverse parallel park from the husband emoticon

Is it very expensive? emoticon

Anita

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OK Anita,

Now that you've seen how the finished product looks like, have a look at what you need to have in the boot area of the exy to make it work emoticon

See THIS video.

It had to be a Volvo Driver. hahahaha

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OK, Jalal

Should take a few months for it to be made more compact - after all, this is the prototype emoticon.

The only thing is though, that it looks like they have used a really decent sized parking spot that I might actually managed to park in without assistance emoticon .

Has anyone made one where the wheels can go sideways, for those really difficult parking spots? emoticon

If they could combine the two enhancements (surely our recommendations would be taken up by the industry emoticon ) and bring the size and price down to a manageable level emoticon I reckon a group buy is definitely on the cards emoticon emoticon emoticon

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quote:

Fishy05 wrote:

Has anyone made one where the wheels can go sideways, for those really difficult parking spots? emoticon



Yes they have LOL

Refer to THIS thread emoticon

Failing that you may want to enroll yourself in one of the above parking lessons emoticon

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