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Top Ten Vehicle Safety Innovations For Teenagers & New Drivers

If you’re the parent of a teenage or new driver, then you’ve got questions concerning the newest automotive safety features. We’ve all been there. Your baby has reached driving age and their world has just gotten a lot bigger and quite possibly more hazardous. But before you put your hard-earned money on a brand-new military tank for your teenager, we’ve got some excellent news. There are some extraordinary safety innovations readily available in most cars, trucks, or SUVs that are perfect for your new or teenage driver. So fasten your seat belts, and join us for a tour of the 10 best safety innovations in today’s cars and trucks.

What Are Today’s Best 10 Safety Innovations In Automobiles

Automotive safety tech is as old as the creation of the automobile itself and most of those very early technologies are still with us, albeit in a much more modern version. However you’re probably not here to learn about advancements in seat belts. You want information about the very best safety features in 21st-century cars and trucks and we’ve got them for you:

ACC: Adaptive Cruise Control

The safest vehicles are cars, trucks, or SUVs with the most advanced technology. Among the most advanced safety systems offered is Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC). ACC makes use of cutting-edge radar sensors that keep your car or truck at a safe range from cars in front of you and your passengers. Here is how the ACC system works:

  • The driver sets the cruise control max speed.
  • The ACC radar system keeps pace with the vehicles you are following.
  • When sensing an imminent collision, the ACC will utilize the vehicle’s AEB system (see the next safety option) to reduce speed or stop the car.

AEB: Automatic Emergency Braking

Distracted driving has become a greater concern today. This is mostly due to personal device use while driving, especially with teen drivers. AEB systems are designed to prevent a collision before it occurs. In the event of an unavoidable impact, the AEB system will:

  • Alert the driver with an audible alarm – some systems will also use vibrating steering wheels and seats, as well.
  • If the driver does not apply the brake quickly enough to prevent an accident, the AEB system will apply the brakes automatically to help prevent or reduce the extent of a forward collision.
  • In case the driver requires further braking help, the following safety innovation kicks in.

Crash Imminent Braking (CIB)/Dynamic Brake Support (DBS)

A lot more car, truck, and SUV manufacturers are including extra automated brake systems to help drivers in preventing or greatly reducing the seriousness of a collision. The addition of a CIB/DBS system helps the driver by:

  • Automatically adding brake pressure should the car senses the driver’s braking pressure is insufficient to stop the car before a collision.
  • Should the driver fail to use the brakes at all, the CIB system will automatically use the brakes to avoid or decrease the damages of an accident.

Adaptive Headlights

With these amazing headlights, dark corners on badly lit roads are a distant memory. Linked to the steering system, the headlights turn in the very same direction the steering wheel is turning in order to light up the area the vehicle is turning into. This innovation is particularly useful in rural areas with minimal or no exterior illumination.

Forward Collision Warning

Thanks to this safety innovation, distracted driving is becoming less of an issue. Video cameras, radar, and even lasers are masterfully used to inform drivers when objects in front of them are getting too near to the front of your car, truck, or SUV. Toss in an automated emergency braking system and you can relax when your teen driver gets on the roadway.

Blind Spot Detection

Speaking of keeping your eyes on the road, that annoying blind spot has finally been permanently addressed thanks to this safety feature. Lasers and\or video cameras keep an eye out in areas on your car, truck, or SUV that the majority of drivers are unable to. A caution alert make certain you know about another vehicle’s proximity before you change lanes.

Lane Departure Warning (LDW)/Lane Keeping System (LKS)

Even more great news for distracted drivers. Cameras and lasers are also made use of to track the lane markings on the average roadway. When the system senses the vehicle has begun moving out of its lane, it will inform the driver with lights and alarms, a vibrating seat, and even a vibrating steering wheel.

Rear-View Camera

This feature is often confused with back-up cameras; however the difference between these 2 amazing innovations is stark. While back-up cameras usually have a limited field of view, rear view cameras typically utilize wide-angle lenses to provide the driver a much wider view of what or who is behind them.

TPMS: Tire Pressure Monitoring System

As the name indicates, your car’s TPMS sensors keep track of the air pressure in all4 tires and notifies the driver with dashboard lights and even an alarm should the tire pressure get to critical levels.

Facial Recognition Software

Finally, we have one of the latest additions to our automotive safety suites. Thanks to developments in face recognition technology, cars, truck, and SUVs are beginning to add this technology to monitor driver alertness. When calibrated to the driver’s distinct physical attributes, the software can spot slight alterations in driver focus levels. The software will then notify the driver with dashboard lights and alarms. This being a new safety feature, drivers can expect more advanced alerting measures like vibrating steering wheels and seats.

Learn More About The Best New Car Safety Features

As you can see, there are a lot of reasons to put your anxieties to rest when your teenage driver gets behind the wheel of a vehicle equipped with any or all of these safety advancements. For additional information on vehicularsafety or for answers on any other vehicular questions, please contact us or visit our showroom. We’ll be happy to assist you with every one of your automotive needs.

Vehicle Safety Advancements For Teenagers & New Drivers: The Best Ten

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