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This feature is developed to caution 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 identify when your car drifts across the road in either a left or best direction then cautions 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 considerably decrease accidents. This equipment works by rotating your headlights into your turn. This significantly improves your vision and allows you to take corrective action if required.

With all of these popular devices out there, you could be thinking this could be excessive to deal with. If it's been a few years because you purchased a new car, you might not even recognize keyless entry, GPS navigation, anti-lock brakes, or other new systems. Take a drive to your closest dealership to see what new vehicles they have to offer.

Tailgate 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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