Cars these days are safer than ever. Volvo have even pledged to eliminate all death and serious injury in new Volvo cars by 2020. An impressive and massive promise to make, but one that we think they will be able to manage.
And Volvo aren’t the only ones improving safety in their cars, car brands are constantly improving safety in our cars.
So what sort of safety systems feature in our cars these days?
In this article, we are going to look at what safety systems you might see in the latest models, how they work, and what safety features you should look out for in a new car.
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