More and more, it's getting tough to see the trail. The culprit isn't diminishing eyesight on the part of the driver. The culprit is late-model body designs with their taller doorsills combined with shorter windshields and side windows. Add in monster-sized rear pillars and you've got a recipe for blind spots. Driving by Braille isn't good for you, the trail, or your vehicle. This should ring true for FJ Cruiser and Hummer H2 and H3 owners, but even the JK Wrangler has a shorter windshield compared to the TJ and earlier Jeep trail rigs. Older rigs generally have better visibility, but virtually every vehicle suffers from some sort of blind spot.
Enter the RubiCam. It's an onboard monitor system that puts up to four real-time camera eyes on the trail and feeds them into a 7-inch in-cab monitor. If you 'wheel solo (which is not the best plan, but it happens) or if your co-driver is sick of constantly climbing out and spotting you, the RubiCam might be one of the best vehicle upgrades you can make. Install a RubiCam and see the trail from every angle.
• No more blind drop offs
• No more high-centering
• No more all-you-see-is-sky moments
• Never have to jump in and out of your rig to check clearances again
• See what's around your vehicle at night
All of the RubiCam's cameras and monitors are made to be waterproof, dust proof, and shock proof. They have infrared night vision, allowing you to see what's around your rig at night. The RubiCam monitor also has touch-sensitive buttons and includes a remote control.