3 Car Safety Features That Save Lives
In recent years, automakers have made significant progress in developing active safety systems that can mitigate and even prevent collisions. They’ve also rolled out several new “driver assistance” features, which can make driving easier and more convenient. As a result, consumers now have a long and sometimes confusing list of safety and convenience features to choose from when buying a new car.
To simplify things a bit, here’s a look at the three safety systems we most enthusiastically recommend—all of which are known to reduce collisions in real-world driving—and two convenience features that are becoming common on new cars.
Adaptive cruise control (ACC)
Lane keeping assistance (LKA)