A lot of people use their trucks for towing and the 2020 Ram 1500 is no different. However, it is also good to be safe when towing a trailer, camper or boat. The Ram 1500 helps to keep you and your passengers safe. What are the 2020 Ram 1500 safety and security features? Read on to find out!
Available safety and security features of the 2020 Ram 1500
Starting from the build, the 2020 Ram 1500 is made to ensure the safety of its passengers. The frame of the truck is made of a high-strength steel making it strong in case of a crash. The 14.9-inch brakes allow for faster braking when slamming on the brake pedal. There are six standard airbags to provide protection in an accident. The air bags are placed at the front and along the sides of the vehicle. Although the frame, brakes and airbags are great safety features in the event of a collision, there are also features that can help to prevent accidents from happening at all. There are five available features that can help sense things that you may not notice while driving.
First, there is the Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path and Trailer Detection. This system scans the blind zones on the sides and rear, while also sensing and accounting for the trailer. Second, is the Lane Departure Warning-Plus. This system will provide and visual alert and guide you back when there is unintentional lane drifting. Third, is the Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go. This system detects vehicles in front of you and will adjust your speed and distance when needed. Fourth, is the Parallel and Perpendicular Park Assist. This system will control the steering while you control the gear, brake and accelerator. Last, is the 360 Surround View Camera. This camera provides a full view of your surroundings to assist in situations like parking and reversing out of driveways.
2020 Ram 1500 at Juneks CDJR in Spearfish, SD
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