This feature can sense the slow or stopped traffic ahead of our vehicle and urgently apply the brakes if the driver fails to respond in some emergency situations.
This system firstly alerts the driver to take remedial action to avoid the crash. If the driver’s response is not ample to avoid the crash, the AEB system may automatically apply the brakes to reduce the severity of a crash. This system not only saves lives but also reduce moderate and less severe rear-end crashes that are common on our roadways.
This system uses sensors to prevent the distance of the vehicle ahead of us. These typically are camera- or radar-based sensors. Warnings can be sounds, visual or vibrations.
One of the disadvantages of this system is that they are vulnerable to glare from sunrise and sunset. You shouldn’t rely on this feature completely during those times or at some other times.
Forward collision warning
Forward collision warning can alert you of an impending collision with a slower moving or stationary car in front of you.
This system scans the road ahead while you drive. It is specifically designed to alert you if you’re about to crash into a slower moving or a stopped car. Sometimes it also alerts obstacles. You must confirm it with the salesperson and have a clarity. The sensors serve this system. It detects the vehicle in front and alerts the driver through some signals. The signals may vary in different products. Warnings can come in the form of sounds, visuals, vibrations or a quick brake pulse.
Your forward collision warning feature’s sensors can be blocked by ice or snow, so be sure to clear any build-up off your feature’s sensors before you begin driving.
Tire-pressure monitoring system
The Tire pressure monitoring system warns you that at least one or more tires are significantly under-inflated, possibly creating unsafe driving conditions. The indicator is commonly a yellow symbol.
The system monitors the air pressure inside the pneumatic tires on various types of vehicles.
Anti-Lock Braking System
Anti-lock braking systems will help you steer in emergencies by restoring traction to your tires. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes help you steer as you brake during an emergency.
The wheel sensors detect when your car’s tires begin locking up. Then, they rapidly apply and release the brakes to automatically keep your tires from skidding.
It is an active safety feature designed to make driving at night or in low-light conditions safer by increasing visibility around curves and over hills. Adaptive headlights, on the other hand, turn their beams according to your steering input so that the vehicle’s actual path is lit up.
Adaptive headlights better illuminate the driving environment compared with traditional headlights, enabling you to see more in the low-light conditions. The adaptive headlights use a self-levelling system that points the light beam up or down, according to the position of the vehicle.
The system alerts when you speed up. This helps drivers maintain a safe driving speed. This feature lets you know when you’re speeding up so that you can slow down to an appropriate speed.
The GPS unit compares a database of known road speed limits against your actual speed through the use of a speed sensor.
Firstly, check that the GPS or car’s infotainment centre is fully up-to-date. Check for the high-speed alert. The alert can be beeps or visual warnings such as colour changes on your display. In the times of warning, carefully slow down your vehicle to an appropriate speed limit.
Electronic Stability Control
The Electronic Stability Control prevents the loss of control in curves and emergency steering by stabilizing your car when it begins to curve off your proposed track.
This system is designed to prevent you from losing control of the direction of your car due to a turnout.
The sensors fitted in the vehicle will read the direction in which your vehicle is going. If they detect that the car isn’t going in the direction you intended it to go, this feature helps correct your car back on-route by adjusting your speed and selectively braking one or more wheels.
Drowsiness Alert System
This feature may alert you if you’re drowsy or feeling sleepy and it will suggest you take a break when it’s safe to do so. The symbol of indication may be different.
Driver drowsiness detection is a car safety technology which helps prevent accidents caused by the driver getting drowsy.
Side view Camera
The side view camera shows you an expanded view of a lane beside you when you use your turn signal. This system shows you a video view of what is next to or coming up alongside your car.
The Side view Camera improves passenger-side visibility and also offers the driver a 360-degree view of the surrounding area of the car.
Don’t rely completely on the side view mirror, always look over both shoulders before changing lanes, parallel parking, making right turns etc.
Blind Spot Monitor
This system warns you of the cars which are driving in your blind spot. It also enables an additional warning if you use your turn signal when there is a car next to you in another lane.
This system has employed sensors that monitor both the side of the vehicles. Use the blind spot monitor to help you be more aware of other traffic as you travel down highways.
Always do not rely completely on this system. Make sure that your blind spot sensors are not blocked by moisture, snow or the dirt.
This is one of the best safety features which alerts you to the position of objects around your car as you park. This system can detect objects in front and back of a car while parking, providing audible alerts if one or more objects are detected.
In most cars, the front sensors can detect objects up to four feet and the back sensors can detect objects up to eight feet.