Driver safety terms explained

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Today's drivers are protected by more car safety features than ever, including airbags, shatter-resistant glass, emergency lane keeping, intelligent adaptive cruise control and more. But keeping up to date on the latest safety terms and acronyms can be difficult. To make it easy, we've put together a comprehensive guide on the most common car safety features, including all acronyms & abbreviations. The guide explains what the terms mean and how these features help make driving safer.
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LeasePlan aims to make its fleet the safest in the industry by working towards zero serious traffic injuries by 2030. SafePlan Zero includes content, tools, guidelines and reports on the three major safety areas: the driver, the vehicle and fleet management. For more information on our SafePlan programme, please contact us.

Published at July 20, 2020

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