Now that I have the front/rear camera switch permanently installed, as well as a new installation of Tesla's parking sensor system, I thought I'd do some tests comparing the protection provided by each. I'm mainly concerned about protecting the lower extremities of the front and rear fascias. I've spent mucho dinaro having them covered in carbon fiber and any damage would be very costly. Over the next few days I'll be posting a series of photos and videos demonstrating the protection of each and the margin of error. This first test is protection from striking a curb with the front diffuser lip. The photos below show the parking system graphics, the front camera image, and a photo of the actual parking position in relation to the curb. If you were totally relying on the parking sensors or camera to judge a safe parking distance from the curb, which would you most trust? Front bumper Protection The parking sensor reading/image The front camera image on the touch screen A photo of the actual parking position relative to the curb. That's about a 6" gap.