When you're on the road, it's important to have the assurance that your driver will be able to provide assistance if needed. To ensure this, you should familiarize yourself with the driver-assistance technologies available in your car. Different manufacturers use different names for these technologies, so it can be confusing. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) can help you understand how these technologies work and how they can help keep you and your passengers safe.
Some driver-assistance technologies are designed to alert you if you're at risk of an imminent accident, while others are designed to take steps to prevent an accident. It's important to understand how these technologies work and how they can best protect you and others on the road. Be sure to review your vehicle's owner's manual for more information on the vehicle's technology and safety features. In addition, you should also make sure that your driver is properly trained in the use of these technologies. Ask your driver about their experience with driver-assistance technologies and make sure they are comfortable using them.
This will give you peace of mind that your driver will be able to provide assistance if needed during your trip.