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Car Gadgets To Prevent Accidents



Everyone's day is now dominated by technology, making it impossible to ignore. Distracted driving is made more dangerous by using a smartphone or any other piece of electronic equipment. According to the National Highway Traffic Administration, it has contributed to more than 6,000 fatalities and 500,000 injuries in the last year. The number of car accidents is expected to continue to fall as a result of new and improved technologies for drivers.


You might quickly be sidetracked by the displays and buttons of today's incessant gadgetry and technology. Regardless of the content, technology may be a deadly distraction when driving. Here are seven tech devices and solutions that may help reduce car accidents and improve performance on the road.



Rearview Dashcams

Technology in older automobiles may not be as standard as in newer models. A simple example like this might lessen the chance of a car accident while also increasing visibility for motorists on the road. For as little as $25, a rearview dashcam may help you prevent fender benders and possible pedestrian accidents. Rearview mirror replacement solutions are also available for high-quality systems.



Blind-spot Detection

Even if drivers check their side-view mirrors before changing lanes, they may still be in danger due to the lack of visibility of other cars in the blind areas. When another vehicle is in the driver's blind spot, blind-spot recognition systems provide an auditory warning and illuminate the side view mirrors.



Car Battery Boosters

Until recently, a faulty battery or a wire that came unplugged from the battery may be a significant headache when driving. Fortunately, effective vehicle battery boosters powered by batteries are now available and may be kept in the car at all times. Many of these boosters can also power additional electronics, depending on the model.



Automatic Emergency Braking Systems

Automatic braking systems come in two flavors at the moment. To lessen the likelihood of colliding with another vehicle, crash impending braking is used. The driver must engage the brakes for dynamic brake assistance to work. Once engaged, it analyzes braking to provide more pressure to prevent a crash.