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If it has been some time since you have looked at any new cars, then you could be in for a pleasant surprise when you see the most recent technology. It's not very as futuristic as George Jetson's ride that turns into a briefcase, but there are still some neat gadgets nowadays.
Available on a wide number of new cars, this technology uses black and white cameras and LIDAR to determine the distance from you to the vehicle in front of you. LIDAR is laser radar that sends out a signal that pings or bounces off objects in front of you to determine speed and distance. The driver presets following distance and afterwards sets boat trip speed using the boat trip control function. If someone in front of you speeds up, you will also speed up to the preset speed. If someone in front of you brakes or decelerates, you will decelerate as well. Some systems allow the driver to resume control, and some systems will bring the vehicle to a complete stop if necessary.
This feature is designed to warn a driver when they begin to move out of their lane unless a turn signal is on. This system uses video sensors, lasers, and infrared sensors to determine when your vehicle drifts across the road in either a left or right direction and afterwards warns you accordingly.
With all this new technology available, you have to question the efficacy of some of these features. Adaptive headlights have been found to significantly reduce accidents. This equipment works by rotating your headlights into your turn. This greatly improves your vision and allows you to take corrective action if necessary.
With all of these contemporary gadgets out there, you could be thinking this could be too much to handle. If it's been a few years since you bought a new vehicle, you may not even recognize keyless entry, GPS navigation, anti-lock brakes, or other new systems. Take a drive to your nearest dealership to see what new cars they have to offer.
Investing in a vehicle can be intimidating, especially if you've never bought one before. There are several steps you can take to prepare yourself and your financial account for this large purchase. Doing your homework now can prevent future headaches.