Researchers Ask Drivers What Safety Features They Prefer

December 4, 2012 by  
Filed under Car Safety

A recent survey has indicated that drivers are more familiarized with the idea of having vehicles equipped with certain safety features.

According to the official report, more than half of all drivers who participated liked the idea of having blind spot monitoring systems and collision avoidance technology available in their vehicles. Other features drivers were excited about included fatigue-reducing zero-gravity seats, voice command and larger infotainment touch-screens.

Drivers did not seem too happy with in-car internet apps or push-button gear selectors.

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