Modern cars are capable of going at much faster speeds than vehicles from the early 1900s. Drivers have had to hone their driving skills to keep up with these high speeds safely. However, many car manufacturers have tried making driving safer by adding special safety features in their vehicles. For example, the 2022 Chrysler 300 comes with a forward collision warning system that is designed to alert you of potential front-end collisions. This system uses data from the vehicle’s front sensors, brake controller, and wheel speed sensors to determine if a collision is likely to occur. If the system believes a collision is likely, it will deliver both an audio warning through the vehicle’s speakers and a visual warning on your instrument cluster display. This dual warning method ensures you are alerted immediately and can take corrective action. If you fail to follow these warnings, the system can perform braking action automatically to reduce the likelihood of the forward collision occurring. The forward collision warning system can also tell you if your car is veering too close to guardrails and signposts on a curved road, thereby letting you know to take corrective action. Chrysler has been using this forward collision warning system in its vehicles for many years and we’re glad to see it in the 2022 Chrysler 300. To learn more about the 2022 Chrysler 300 and its features, please contact Cranbrook Dodge Dealership.