Given the intense work temposu, stress and increasing traffic conditions, car accidents have been increasing rapidly. New technologies taken for it, especially for our work in the park, protect you from accidental and extra money loss.
Vehicles equipped with fairly new and good technologies undoubtedly make our life easier. At this point, the back park sensors that come into contact are able to protect us from collisions and injuries, as well as by hitting us on a wall or a different structure. However, according to information received, all of the 2018 model cars to be produced in the US will require the use of these sensors. These sensors are used as a basis in three main categories.
Rear parking sensors have been around for 15 years. These sensors, like many of you have witnessed, especially when you approach an area during parking, ‘beep’ sounds. Some GM vehicles vibrate your seat instead of this sound, but mainly two things are driving the driver.
Vehicles subjected to rear camera use and vehicles that do not use rear camera were observed to have less accident. As of May 1, 2018, this technology will be used in all new cars. Thanks to this camera, drivers can better understand the situation by looking at the simple lines drawn and can easily see the area left behind. This is an important technology in a serious sense. Of course this applies to drivers who are careful and want to be. In this context, the companies do not only show the area behind, they can also provide 360 degree views.
The above two items were very important but could be an error factor because the intervention share was on the driver. However, with the stop feature, the vehicle can automatically brake itself. For the time being, this technology is mostly used in vehicles over the mid-segment, but will be seen in all cars produced in 2018.
These features, which will be used in all vehicles to be produced in the US in 2018, are all technologies that are developed for less accidents. According to the findings of researchers working on the subject, the rear sensor bearer had 8% fewer accidents than the others. What do you think about these sensors? Should it be widespread in you too?