Systems that help identify potential hazards in front of and behind the car, and issue a warning sound, are becoming increasingly popular.
With the help from cameras and sensors around the car, they can reduce the risk of driving into other cars in heavy traffic.
Automatic emergency braking:
Some systems add increased braking power when the driver applies heavy pressure to the car brake.
Some systems may also brake the car themselves in front of obstacles, thereby reducing the risk of collisions.
Systems that help you discover other cars in your blind spot when you are about to make the car turn, with a warning either by light or sound.
Adaptive Cruise Control:
Helps the car maintain a steady speed. At the same time it makes sure there is a safe distance between your car and the vehicle in front of you.
Lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist:
Many cars have a warning light or a sound alert, which is triggered when the car moves outside the painted lane markings.
Some cars also have systems that take over control of the car and helps it back into position inside the lane, when the warning is triggered.