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The automotive industry has indeed come a long way. Many modern vehicles are equipped with automatic features, such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping support, and more, that can help make your everyday drive easier, safer and smoother.
Despite the technological developments in the automotive industry, driverless vehicles are not here yet. This means that you’re still in charge of the safety of your vehicle and passengers.
If fully automated driving became a mainstream reality then it could eliminate the majority of vehicle crashes. But, this is unlikely to happen anytime soon.
That being said, many vehicles include advanced features to prevent crashes and minimize the risk of accident. Along with automation, advanced technologies of a vehicle include warnings or assistance, such as an automatic braking system. These include but are not limited to lane departure warning, front crash prevention, blind spot detection, rear crash prevention and park assist.
Crash avoidance technology is designed to reduce the likelihood of car crashes and accidents. According to research by the IIHS, a vehicle with front crash avoidance features is less likely to end up in a rear-end collision and cause damage to other vehicles. Other crash avoidance features, such as lane departure warning, rear crash prevention and blind spot detection, can reduce your car crash and accident risks.
Electronic stability control or dynamic stability control is an effective vehicle crash avoidance feature. All the vehicles launched in 2012 and later have this feature.
As an extension of the antilock brake technology, electronic stability control is a computerized technology that can help you maintain control of your vehicle on unstable roads and reduce the risk of a fatal single-vehicle crash. It is a great feature for improving your car’s stability.