Like many other owners of Teslas it can be a pain when parking and trying to avoid scraping the front lower lip on a curb or parking stop that is higher than the clearance of the lip. The location of the parking sensors is high enough on the front bumpers such that its angle of view downward is insufficient to give you distance to the curb or stop so you are driving blind and hoping not to hear that big scrape sound that says you will need to pay someone to fix it. I was in Costco the day before yesterday and saw this license plate backup camera that is wireless and recharges from solar. It is 720P resolution which is as good as the actual model 3 backup camera. It was $125 so given Costco's liberal return policy I decided to give it a try. I charged it overnight as directed and put it on my front license plate. It activates quickly and easily from a button on the monitor or by waiving your hand in front of it. A nice feature is that it allows you to reverse the view so objects on the right facing forward are displayed on the right instead of inverse (default setting as would be appropriate for looking behind). You can also display range marks and optionally motion detection. It appears to work very well in my testing with the biggest challenge being where to mount the monitor. Too bad there is no way to display it on screen or on your cell phone (maybe they will add a cellphone app in the future or a web app so I could bring it up on the browser once it works more reliably). I mounted it as shown in the attached pictures and now need to hide the power cord on the right side of the console by unsnapping it and hiding the thin wire in the track. It sees objects 2.5" high about a foot from the front bumper.