Many vehicles sold today come with driver assistance technologies… Like...
Blind spot monitoring, which alerts you if there’s a vehicle in your blind spot.
Automated emergency braking, which applies the brakes to avoid potential collisions ahead.
Or adaptive cruise control, which maintains your speed and following distance.
But not all systems work the same way, or use the same names.
Learn more about what your vehicle can and can’t do by:
Reading your owner’s manual, Visiting a manufacturer’s website, or Visiting Canada.ca/driver-assistance.
The more you know about these safety technologies, the safer you’ll be.