4 New Driver Assist Technologies To Look For In Your Next Vehicle

If you are looking to purchase a new vehicle, you will want to consider what type of driver-assist technology you want your new vehicle to have. Driver-assist technology has made great gains over the last few years; here are four types of driver-assist technology you may want your next vehicle to have.

1. Adaptive Headlights

Modern headlights, even when they are dimmed, can still be really bright. With adaptive headlights, the direction of your headlights will adjust when your headlights sense an oncoming car. In addition, the path of light coming from your headlights will adjust so that the oncoming car is not blinded by your headlights while still providing you with the light you need to see and safely drive.

2. Adaptive Cruise Control

Cruise control has been around for decades; adaptative cruise control is all about improving something already existing. With adaptive cruise control, you still set the speed that you want your vehicle to go. Then, your vehicle will use sensors to measure the speed of the car in front of you. Your vehicle will then adjust the speed of your vehicle so that you stay a safe distance away from the speed in front of you. Finally, your car will automatically slow down and speed up within the limits of the speed you set to ensure that you not only maintain a consistent speed but do so in a safe manner.

3. Lane Keeping Assist

Lane-keeping assist is designed to ensure that you stay in your lane. It picks up the paint on the lines of the road. It tracks the paint lines to ensure that you are staying in your lane. If you veer out of your lane, your vehicle is going to give you a warning. It may release a sound or issue a visual warning on your dashboard. The lane assist feature may also take control of your steering wheel and center your vehicle back in the middle of the lane and ensure that you don't drift off and injury yourself.

4. Automatic Emergency Braking

Finally, another new driving assist technology is automatic emergency braking. Automatic emergency braking is designed to break your vehicle for you when the car in front of you slams on your brakes. In addition, it is designed to protect you in the event that someone stops unexpectedly in front of you.

When it comes to looking for a new vehicle, you will want to look for a new vehicle with driver-assist technology in place. Driver-assist technology is systems that will help keep you safe when driving. Visit a dealership like Gary Rome Kia to see what new features the cars there have. 

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