Every year, automotive technology becomes more sophisticated. The
newer the model, the more high-tech the features.
If you’re purchasing a new or used car from a recent model year,
below are some modern technologies you might find, according to Kelley Blue Book®:
Mobile Apps Some newer car models come with connected smartphone apps
that allow drivers to control certain car features from their smart
phone, such as locking and unlocking the doors, checking tire
pressure and remotely starting the car.
Teen Driver Technology For parents who might be a little hesitant to hand over the
keys to their new-fledged teenage driver, there are several cars
that come with a teen driver feature that can notify parents if the
car is being driven over a certain speed, disable the stereo if seat
belts aren't used, and even keep the stereo from being turned up too loud.
Stolen Vehicle Tracking Software Automakers are building technology into newer-model vehicles
that alert law enforcement when a car or truck has been stolen.
Adaptive Cruise Control Built-in sensors relieve drivers of newer model vehicles
from having to constantly hit the gas and brake in highway traffic.
Lane Departure Warning Lane departure warning systems use cameras to determine if a
car has drifted too far out of lane.
If you’re currently in the market to purchase a new or used
vehicle, you might come across some of these features during your
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