New safety features being installed in vehicles have the potential to prevent accidents. However, with so many devices being developed and installed on newer model vehicles, consumers are becoming increasingly confused about how to use them and are sometimes even disabling them. The National Safety Council, University of Iowa, and U.S. Department of Transportation recently unveiled a new safety campaign to help people learn how to use these safety tools.
These new safety features are designed to prevent a crash from happening, unlike older devices that seek to protect occupants of a vehicle if a wreck occurs. As part of a new public awareness campaign, the My Car Does What? website was created to provide information to consumers on how to use their new safety devices. Some of the features highlighted on the website include:
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