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Vehicle safety systems may prevent some, but not all crashes

On Behalf of | Jan 28, 2022 | Car Accidents |

People who are in the market for a new vehicle may want to know about the safety systems that can help them to avoid a crash while they’re on the roadway. These systems are far more common on newer vehicles and they can be effective, but that doesn’t mean that they’re foolproof.

There are many different safety options that can help drivers. As more manufacturers start to include certain features on their vehicles, the number of crashes in this country should go down. One voluntary agreement, which involves having automatic emergency braking on vehicles by the production year that starts on Sept. 1, 2022, could prevent 20,000 injuries by 2025.

What can these safety systems do?

There are various safety systems that automakers can use for vehicles. The automatic emergency braking system slows the vehicle down or completely stops it if there’s an imminent crash. Anti-lock braking systems, blind-spot detection, backup cameras, electronic stability control, driver monitoring systems and lane departure warning systems are some of the active systems that can help drivers.

While some consumers might be concerned with how much these safety systems will cost, they should really focus on the overall safety of the vehicle. While you can control your own driving, you’re still at the mercy of other drivers. When they’re driving aggressively or negligently, you’re at risk of an accident.

People who are injured in a crash should ensure that they get a medical evaluation even if they don’t think they were injured. When there are catastrophic injuries, the victim may opt to pursue a claim for compensation. The laws in Mississippi set time limits on these cases, so you should ensure that you work with someone who can get your case together while you focus on healing.