How Chevrolet Is Investing in Your Safety

August 4th, 2021 by

Safety is extremely important to Chevrolet, and they continuously work to make sure they offer their vehicles with the latest in safety technology. No matter which Chevy vehicle you have, you can be sure that it is as safe as possible. From driver assistant features to reminders and extra camera views, Chevy is investing in your safety. Take a look at some of the active safety features you can find in the latest models.

The Safety Alert Seat

Chevy wants to make sure that the driver stays alert, and the new safety alert seat can help. This seat works with the cameras to detect when the vehicle starts to drift from its lane without an active turn signal. If the driver doesn’t make any corrections, it will provide directional vibrations to alert the driver. Small motors in the seat generate vibrations on the side of the seat bolster when the vehicle is drifting. This alerts the driver and provides direction.

Forward Collision Alert and Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking

The forward collision alert system uses cameras and sensors to detect a potential collision. It will send visual and audible alerts to warn you, so you can take action. It can also provide a tailgating alert if you follow a vehicle too closely, and when traveling below 50 mph, it can apply the brakes to help reduce the severity of a front-end collision. 

Adaptive Cruise Control

The available adaptive cruise control system keeps you from getting too close to vehicles in front of you. It allows you to set a gap time from the vehicle you are following. You just need to steer, and the system will take care of the rest. It reduces the need for the driver to accelerate and brake when driving at certain speeds. 

Lane Change Alert With Side Blind Zone Alert

The lane-change alert system provides alerts in the side mirrors to help the driver avoid a collision with a vehicle beside them in their blind spot. The system uses radar on the left and right sides of the vehicle to monitor approaching vehicles up to 11 feet behind the side mirror and a lane over from both sides. 

Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning

Chevy uses cameras on their vehicles to make sure you stay in your lane. If they sense that you unintentionally drift from between the lane markers, it provides a visual and audible alert. If you don’t make a corrective action, the lane-keep assist system kicks in and makes the corrective action for you. 

Teen Driver

You can worry less about teen drivers. The Teen Driver system uses customizable settings to help parents encourage better driving habits for their teens. You can set limits for speed and stereo volume and automatically turn on safety systems. You can even get an in-vehicle report card.

Chevy continues to invest in their driver’s safety by researching and creating new technology. Choose your new Chevy and get peace of mind from knowing that you have the latest safety features.