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SAFETY > EQUIPMENT

Equipment

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Safety is a very important topic, therefore any equipment that will reduce our vulnerability is well worth taking into consideration.

Here we cover a number of areas:

💡Tips:

Safety Equipment

💡 Tips for safety features

  • Airbags: Make sure your car has functioning airbags for both the driver and passengers. Airbags can greatly reduce the risk of injury in the event of an accident.

  • Seat belts: Ensure that all seat belts are working properly and are worn by all passengers at all times while driving. Seat belts can also greatly reduce the risk of injury in an accident.

  • Anti-lock brakes (ABS): ABS can help prevent the wheels from locking up during sudden braking, which can help the driver maintain control of the vehicle and prevent accidents.

  • Electronic stability control (ESC): ESC can help the driver maintain control of the vehicle during sudden turns or swerves, which can also help prevent accidents.

  • Backup camera: A backup camera can help the driver see behind the vehicle while reversing, which can help prevent accidents.

  • Blind-spot monitoring: Blind-spot monitoring can alert the driver when there is a vehicle or object in the blind spot, which can help prevent accidents while changing lanes.

  • Forward collision warning: Forward collision warning can alert the driver when they are approaching a vehicle or object too quickly, which can help prevent accidents.

  • Lane departure warning: Lane departure warning can alert the driver when they are drifting out of their lane, which can help prevent accidents.

  • Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS): TPMS can alert the driver when the tire pressure is too low, which can help prevent accidents caused by tire blowouts.

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