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We’ve got your back


in school bus safety (your front and sides too!)


EYE-MAX® Let Rosco’s Eye-Max® LED


CROSSVIEW MIRROR W/ DOWNLIGHTING LEDS


P/N: KIT5360LEDH LED maximize vision with


illuminating lights for the front of the bus. These front crossview mirror downlighting LEDs increase visibility in an otherwise hard-to-see location during low light conditions.


WITH NO ILLUMINATION


In low light conditions, the reflection in any mirror is difficult to see. An object or child in front of the bus may be almost invisible.


3SAFE-T-SCOPE® P/N: STSK360HD


D HD SURROUND VIEW CAMERA SYSTEM


Rosco’s Safe-T-Scope® 360HD is a commercial grade, surround view,


aerial camera system. Developed to reduce collisions and increase safety, the system utilizes four (4) 192° field-of-vision cameras to offer drivers 360° three dimensional HD views around the school bus, covering crucial blind zones where visibility is otherwise lost.


6” x 30” mirror with 10” monitor showing 360 3D-HD System View


WITH ILLUMINATION With the new Eye-Max® LED under


mounted lights, objects and children in front of the school bus are clearly visible to the driver.


CONTINUOUS HD VIDEO RECORDER


BACKUP CAMERAS


INTERIOR CAMERAS


BACK UP SENSORS


COLLISION AVOIDANCE


MIRRORS


SUN VISORS


The driver is always responsible for the safe operation of the vehicle at all times. Rosco camera systems do not replace the need for a skilled, alert, professional driver, observing appropriately, and using safe driving practices. The driver shall conform with district or company backing policy at all times.


www.roscovision.com www.roscomirrors.com


1-800-227-2095


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