Automobile Safety Options for 2020

Car Safety Features You Should Know

The sheer number of cars and trucks on the road today makes a mishap inevitable, so knowing which vehicle safety functions you should have ends up being important. We’ve gone from the days of optional seat belts to mandatory air bags, traction control, as well as tire pressure monitoring systems in nearly all brand-new cars and trucks on the marketplace. The list of optional safety options that’s currently available on the majority of cars and trucks is shocking, and we’re striving to ensure that your brand-new Porsche is the best one yet.


Just How Are Automobile Safety Ratings Calculated?

Presently, the NHTSA rates vehicles on a 5-Star scale based on their effectiveness in 3 specific crash scenarios: Front Collisions, Side Collisions, and Rollover Collisions. While collisions can occur in many scenarios these sorts of crashes are the most common, and based on the study of these crashes, the necessary safety gadgets are implemented in a vehicle; so let’s take a quick look at each scenario:


Front Crash Scenario

This is when 2 vehicles are going in opposite directions and hit each other in a head-on accident, or when an automobile loses control and strikes a thing (like a tree, energy post, or a building) in a head-on collision.


Side Collision Scenario

One of the most common side accident scenarios is when one automobile doesn’t yield to a stop sign or traffic signal and strikes the other car on the side. This is commonly referred to as a t-bone, as the cars develop a ‘T’ shape when they crash. One more kind of side collision is when a vehicle loses control and slides sideways right into an obstacle like an utility pole or tree.


Rollover Scenario

This scenario is when you lose control of your automobile and it rolls over. A rollover can be activated by losing control of your vehicle or a combination of severe maneuvers such as quick, high-speed turning to stay clear of an obstacle.


What Car Safety Features are Required by Law?

Despite all of the emerging automobile safety options, there are just a couple of that are considered mandatory by law. These mandated safety options include Seatbelts, Airbags, LATCH child safety seat system, Tire-Pressure Monitor, Electronic Stability Control, and Back-up Cams. All-new automobiles will have that tech and additionally, the NHTSA suggests these Motorist Assistance Technologies:


Forward Crash Warning

This function finds a potential accident and gives the motorist a warning.


Automatic Emergency Situation Braking

This modern technology instantly applies the brakes when a forward crash is imminent.


Lane Departure Alert

This system keeps track of lane markings and warns the vehicle driver if they inadvertently leave their lane.


Rear Camera

While currently mandatory on many new automobiles, adding a camera to older vehicles is suggested.

This checklist shouldn’t be interpreted as an exhaustive checklist of safety functions, there will constantly be many different and emerging modern technologies that will help keep you much safer.


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