Car crashes can happen to anyone, no matter how defensive of a driver you are. To help reduce the likelihood of Chevrolet drivers getting into car accidents, the American carmaker has introduced several key safety features in the 2015 models that are sure to protect both drivers and passengers while they’re cruising around town.
Through a combination of cameras, radar, and ultrasonic sensor systems, Chevrolet has created a myriad of collision avoidance technologies to help drivers avoid rear-end collisions and blind spot accidents. Some of these technologies include a Rear Vision Camera, Side Blind Zone Alert, Forward Collision Alert, and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
“The best kind of safety protection we can offer are customer-focused features that help drivers avoid the crash altogether, and which are kept turned on for every trip,” said Raymond J. Kiefer, General Motors Active Safety Technical Fellow.
Chevrolet has even taken safety for those who are hearing-impaired, creating the Safety Alert Seat, which warns drivers with seat vibrations, rather than beeping alerts. This seat is available specifically in the Silverado, Tahoe, and Suburban.
For more information about the 2015 lineup’s safety technologies, contact Dale Earnhardt Chevy today!