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AARP Driver Safety: Vehicle Reverse Monitoring Systems
Reverse monitoring systems warn of objects to the rear of the vehicle to help drivers judge distances and back up safely, and helps drivers with reduced flexibility. Find more driving safety resources at www.aarp.org/drc.
AARP Driver Safety: Vehicle Stability Control - AARP
Vehicle Stability Control helps to automatically bring the vehicle back in the intended line of travel, particularly in situations where the driver underestimates the angle of a curve or experiences weather effects, and reduces the likelihood of a cr
AARP Driver Safety: Assistive Parking Systems - AARP
Assistive Parking enables vehicles to park on their own or indicates distance to objects, reducing driver stress, making parking easier, and increasing the places that a driver can park. Find more driving safety resources at www.aarp.org/drc.
AARP Driver Safety: Vehicle Voice Activated Systems - AARP
Voice Activated Systems allow drivers to access features by voice command so they can keep focused on the road. Find more driving safety resources at www.aarp.org/drc.
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AARP Driver Safety: Vehicle Emergency Response Systems - AARP
Emergency Response Systems offer quick assistance to drivers in the case of a medical emergency or collision, often allowing emergency personnel to get to the scene more quickly. Find more driving safety resources at www.aarp.org/drc.