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Avoiding collisions saves lives. Fortunately, the current vehicles in the markets have been designed to protect a driver and passenger. The car safety tech is also focusing on preventing collision with animals and pedestrians. Additionally, it is implementing ways of making drivers stay focused on driving to avoid a collision.

Side Impact Protection

Avoiding side-impact collisions can prevent a passenger a side collision or driver from severe injury. Sometimes, side-impact collisions happen abruptly thus becoming fatal. When there is increased side door strength, a driver or passenger might be saved. Additionally, the condition of the car seat matters a lot. Better seats promote a better posture, thus preventing severe damage in case of an accident. Thankfully, most new cars have been designed to have better protection within the door.

 

Strong Occupant Compartment

Car owners should be cautious when purchasing cars. They should consider the design of the car, for instance, the steering column roof pillar, and pedals should not be installed inwardly. This is wrong because it will likely injure the driver and passenger in case of a collision. Therefore, the shape of the frontal section of a vehicle should be intact even though there is a crash. Additionally, a door should often remain closed to allow easier opening after an accident.

 

Seat Belts

Drivers and passengers should learn to respect the simple rule of wearing a safety belt. Proper wearing of safety belts provides better protection in case of a collision. Since safety belts have not been preventing passengers and drivers from injury, recent upgrades have been made. Seat belts have load limiters designed to manage the forces applied a person's body during a crash. They have warning systems that remind a passenger or driver if they have not fastened their belts.

 

Head Rests

This section has also undergone tremendous improvement. Headrests are mandatory to all vehicles and seats. This is because of preventing whiplash in case a rear impact crash. Luckily, whiplash can be prevented through designing the headrest to be as high as the head and nearer to the back of the head.

 

Crumple Zones

Modern cars are advanced and protective of the driver and passenger. They have crumple zones meant to absorb crashes in the frontal, offset, and rear. Car owners are adopting to buy modern cars. This is because they can absorb all the impact of a collision, thus protecting a driver and passenger.

Side-Impact Collisions can be easily avoided through adopting and implementing simple safety measures. For instance, wearing safety belts should be the first thing to do before driving. Additionally, car owners should be aware of the innovations and advancements in the market before purchasing new cars.

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Tags: avoidance, collision, crash, innovation, technology

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