Cars with the best whiplash injury protection were rated by Euro NCAP through rear impact tests since 2008. Find out which cars were rated best for safety.
Adjustable steering column lets the driver adjust the height of the wheel and its distance from the driver according to his comfort or preference for driving.
The Side Impact Protection System has been improved by putting energy absorbing materials in the doors, pillars, subframe rails, roof and seats of vehicles.
Intelligent Speed Assist (ISA) is a system that monitors the speed of a vehicle when it exceeds the posted speed road limit. It warns the driver to slow down.
Car manufacturers ensure that vehicles are built and designed to keep damage far from the occupant compartment, including standard safety devices.
The basic principle of seat belt is to keep you from hurdling toward the dashboard or from flying through the windshield when your car sudden stops.
The crumple zone (also known as the crash zone) is an area in car where impact energy is absorbed and reduced. Crumple zones are designed to crumple and deform in the event of a collision.
If you plan on buying a new car, pay attention to the safety features your new car will offer — like thorax airbags with head.
Blind Spot Warning System detects the distance and closing speed of objects in adjacent lanes and alerts the driver if a collision is about to happen
The Active Cruise Control (ACC) has the ability to detect or monitor any vehicle in front within 600 feet distance and to adjust speed at a safe reaction level.