Back-up Sensor

by ratty

Lots of the newer cars have a Back-Up Sensor that warns the driver before the rear bumper actually comes in contact with something.

Who invented the backup sensor?

I bet you think it was Ford, maybe GM, how about Chrysler, no, then how about Mercedes Benz? Or possibly the French or Italians.

No! It was a Chinese farmer!

Surprisingly it was not developed by modern automotive engineers using the latest technology. It was disclosed recently that the first to develop the Back-up-Sensor was a Chinese Farmer. His invention was simple and effective. It emits a high-pitch before the vehicle backs into something..

Here’s his first prototype…

(I got this in an email, so it must be true)

25 Comments to “Back-up Sensor”

  1. What a load of Bollocks !


  2. Before the invention was approved for use on public roads, it was subjected to a lot of testes.


  3. Yes, it was put under a lot of scrotumy.


  4. To be honest, it’s only the big knobs in society that have these things.

    You won’t find the ordinary man in the street (eg: sticky or NobblySan) having them attached to their little Minis.


  5. Hmm – Nice car. But not well knowm for its big ends, is it ?


  6. I currently drive a KIA Proceed and the performance figures that KIA claim for that are serious bollocks.


  7. I never even knew IKEA made and sold cars.

    Perhaps I’ve been out of the UK too long. (Sigh !)


  8. But I thought you were Cornish, and that they distanced themselves from the English?


  9. Ah! I get it. You’re one of these multi-nationalists who holds many passports.

    You never know, some of them might actually be your own.


  10. Pensu ch’ellu era francese. (Scusate, aghju vulsutu scrive questu in Cornish, ma u più vicinu à ellu nantu à Googletrans era corsu).


  11. Nobbly, you little tongue twister, you !

    . . . and talking of tongue twisters, what was that all about, sticky ?


  12. It’s all double-Dutch to me.


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