Dealership introduced me to a very nice farmer (who actually kinda sorta knew me and my family)(small world) that purchased this new 2018 Chevy Camaro 50th Anniversary Edition and quickly realized he couldn't' see a damn thing out of this windows.
Biggest issue is that he didn't want to take out his stylish front end when it battled with curbs and whatnot.
So, I went in guns-a-blazin' and installed my EchoMaster Front Sensor kit that will audibly alert the owner of anything in front of the vehicle.
THIS is where the problems started.
So these sensors have an average range of 2-4' in which it will pick up anything in front of it on a spherical 180 degree plane...which is all fine and dandy, but you can only mount them at a certain height off the ground before they start to pick up said ground.
That's usually not a problem on larger SUVs or Trucks...where you have unlimited vertical surfaces to mount them to.
This Camaro bumper was so edgy and concave that there was no real aesthetically appeasing locations to put the sensors so they would ONLY detect 3-6" curbs and NOT the road or leaves or cigarette butts.
I had to redo the mounting and angling about 4 or 5 different times before we were both happy with the outcome.
Where it's at now, the sensors will audibly alert you when you are within 2-3 feet of a curb...but will stop after you are within 1 foot....because it's no longer within the range of detection....so it's more of a mental note that the client needs to keep...which is better than the first attempt where if you braked too hard, it'd start beeping...which was insanely annoying.
All-in-All the customer is happy and can now park/drive with confidence!