Child safety is the priority of all parents, regardless of whether the child is still in the crib or behind the wheel. Parents never stop worrying about the child's well-being and safety. Parental care is intensively increased when children start driving. Safe driving is important both for their safety and for the safety of other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists.
The problem is that you as a parent cannot be there with them all the time to remind them what they should or should not do on the road. Fortunately, the latest car innovations include important accessories and gadgets that help to make the drive more safely.
The famous British rally driver Luise Cook was sponsored by Solera Autodata in the last rally race of the WRC3. The Rally WRC3 is known as the world's most demanding international series of such races, as every country hosting the WRC presents completely different conditions for competitors.
Aging is connected to a declining state of health that makes the elderly more vulnerable to accidents. The idea that our parents or elderly loved ones are in danger is simply horrifying. However, we cannot ignore and must accept the fact that the power and mobility of older people deteriorate. Fortunately, we live in a time when infrastructure, technology and services are designed to help the elderly. One of the approaches is the use of medical alarm systems. In potentially dangerous situations, health alarm systems help the elderly get the medical help they need - in time.
Security systems, such as devices that warn of the risk of a collision while driving, give older models of cars a new opportunity on the market and increase their level of safety. Newer vehicles have security alerts already integrated into the vehicle system, but are often too expensive for young adolescents who are at the beginning of their careers or entrepreneurs who need a large number of vehicles for their business. Older vehicles are indeed more affordable but certain risks arise.
ISRAEL, 2018 - For a test drive in October, while the journalist Bloomberg was sitting in a passenger seat ,the driverless car merged into traffic on a highway. For some time drivers did not want to let the vehicle join the lane - which is typical for Israeli drivers - but then it moved, smoothly, but firmly.
The driver did not touch the steering wheel or brakes for 20 minutes.