There are new technologies being added to newer car models that can prevent accidents from happening but, according to the news, the catch is that the owner of the vehicle needs to be able to know how to use them.
Blind spot monitoring, systems that warns drivers of imminent collisions and automatic braking devices are being installed in vehicles as we speak but they won’t do anybody any good if motorists are not able to actually use them.
With the safety concern in mind, Toyota is now working on a radar that can detect an object that could cause the vehicle to crash, which would shift the car and put it in a different direction.
Safety is important and car companies are trying to make it a point to show they get it, but drivers must get it too.
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Vehicle technology can help save lives, if drivers know how to use it