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We have rounded up the best RV backup cameras out there to fit your needs, whether it's a hitch camera, a wireless setup or if you need side cameras. You may jump below the reviews to learn more about backup cameras.
In the following backup camera for RV reviews we include products from just two manufacturers.
Cameras may be placed not just on the back of the vehicle, but on the sides as well.
In fact, the federal government has mandated that by 2018, all new vehicles will come equipped with a backup camera.
But there are a handful of 'big' players in the space. However, they are harder to install than a wireless system.
If you have a metal-skinned RV (e.g., Airstream) or a toy hauler with a metal reinforced ramp (back wall), then a wired RV rear camera is your best bet.
Your setup could cost more or less depending on size and complications. With a travel trailer, 5th wheel, or anything other towed RV, a wired system requires a trailer tow quick connect kit.
This connects the wires from your tow vehicle to your trailer.