7 Safety Features Found In Mainstream Cars

2. Automatic Braking

Automatic braking, also known as forward collision prevention, is a new safety feature in cars that uses the same scanning technology employed in adaptive cruise control, except it’s active all the time, not just when cruise is engaged. If the system detects an obstacle in front of the car while traveling at low speeds, the car brakes automatically in hopes of avoiding the collision entirely at best, or reducing the severity of the impact at worst.


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