It’s no surprise car accidents cost drivers a pretty penny, but many people are unaware that expensive insurance surcharges stay with them for years. For millions of drivers, this results in thousands of dollars in additional expenses over time.
Most vehicle models that came after the turn of the century are compatible with Safe Drive Systems. In addition, some vehicles manufactured prior to 2000 may also be compatible.
It has happened to most of us. You’re in a parking lot, or backing into the street, or making a sudden stop on the road. Someone bumps into you and leaves your rear fender dented or crumpled. Sometimes, it may be the other way around, and you end up hitting someone else from behind. Fender benders are common enough that taking precautions against them can be well worth the investment in technology, time, and training.
Even the most careful of drivers can find themselves in a fender-bender or accident once or twice in their lives. When accidents happen, the damage can be not only to your car, but to your insurance as well.
As more and more researchers have studied the impact collisions have on passengers and the best ways to prevent them, many car manufacturers have begun to install cameras and sensors in their newer models to warn drivers of impending dangers on the road.