How Chrysler Dodge Jeep & RAM Safety Features Work
Find Out How Safety Features Keep You Safe and Protected
If this is your first time hearing about Shaver Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM & FIAT , you should know that we are greatly concerned about the safety of our customers while they’re behind the wheel. The roads in our area are one of the most congested in the country, increasing the likelihood of ugly mishaps.
Safety Features and How They Work
There are two types of safety features you should know about; active and passive.
· Passive safety features – Examples of this type of safety feature include seatbelts and airbags, which historically represent the start of the automotive safety movement. These safety features are called passive because they only activate when there’s been a collision.
· Active safety features – This type of safety feature, on the other hand, are activated each time you turn on your car. And its main purpose is to help you avoid collisions before they happen.
Most new RAM trucks offer a comprehensive list of safety features, like:
Among the 100-plus standard and available safety features, the Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go technology is one of our favorites. It helps you control the speed of your truck based on the distance of the car ahead of you during cruise control situations. This innovative technology gives you added freedom as you rely on cruise control to take you to your next destination.
The 360-degree surround view camera works best when towing a trailer or similar apparatus. Since trailers block out many of the available viewpoints, to keep you safe, this innovative safety feature gives you an all-encompassing look around your truck and trailer. Newly available to the 2019 RAM 1500 , this feature allows you to troubleshoot issues before they become bigger problems.
As mentioned, Shaver Chrysler Thousand Oaks wants to make sure you are safe on the streets and freeways. So we invite you to come down and test drive some of these safety features found inside most of our RAM trucks today. We hope to see you soon!