It's a fledgling market for now, but it won't be long before a majority of new vehicles will be available with rear-sensing systems to help drivers squeeze into tight spaces when parallel parking. After its introduction on European luxury cars in the early 1990s, the product arrives in the U.S. in time to capitalize on a market that loves big sport/utility vehicles that offer inadequate rear vision to prevent backing over garbage cans, tricycles or, worse yet, small children. The ...
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