Subaru Prioritizes Safety Technology Features

Learning how to drive safely around children requires that you consider the unpredictable nature of kids, which usually means slowing down and paying more attention to the road. Not only should drivers obey the speed limit in school zones, they also need to be alert during times when children are most likely to be outside, including weekends and holidays!

Fortunately, pushing safety technology forward is just one of the ways Subaru helps keep you and your family safe.

    The available EyeSight driver assist technology on your Subaru vehicle monitors traffic movement, optimizes cruise control, and warns you when you're swaying outside your lane. It can even help slow down the car or bring it to a complete stop when danger is lurking.

    Additionally, using radar sensors, the Blind Spot Detection system warns you if it senses a vehicle within your blind spot, while Rear Cross Traffic Alert lets you know if there is traffic approaching from the side as you are backing up. While monitoring the vehicles in front of you, EyeSight will sound an alert and flash a visual warning if there's danger of a collision. And it will apply the brakes automatically if you haven't already done so.

    Finally, the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) on every new Subaru vehicle prevents wheel lock-up and helps maintain driver control.

These are just a few ways Subaru designs vehicles with your safety in mind. If you have any questions about the safety features listed above, please contact Tom Wood Subaru or schedule an appointment with one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales professionals!

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