Ford Ranger's Smart Seat Belt Technology Monitors Rear Seat Buckles


2019 Ford Ranger

Ford Ranger's Smart Seat Belt Technology Monitors Rear Seat Buckles

Ford does not need any introduction. The American car manufacturing giant is credited for designing and manufacturing some of the most rugged and heavy-duty pickups on the road today, and the Ranger is the most recognizable pickup by Ford. Over the years, it has won millions of hearts around the world. The Ranger is in a league of its own. The pickup can do more than just help you tow heavy loads over long distances. It features cool design elements that are sure to sweep you off your feet. If you love wandering into the unknown, the Ranger deserves your attention and has been designed to take you places.

2019 Ford Ranger

Recently, Ford launched the 2019 version of the Ranger. The most distinguishable thing about Ford Ranger in Goldsboro is its advanced safety features that are designed to help you and pedestrians stay safe. The 2019 Ranger comes with Smart Seat Belt technology which arguably is the most advanced seatbelt innovation.

Smart Seat Belt technology uses sensors to continuously monitor front and rear seat belt usage. When a seat belt is undone, the system displays a warning message on the dashboard.

Smart Seat Belt technology uses a feature known as Belt Monitor. Unlike other cars that display a warning message only when the driver pulls off, the Ranger sends alerts even when the car is in motion. Thanks to the intuitive feature, the driver gets to know exactly which seat has been unbuckled. Once they get the message, the driver can remind the passenger to buckle up.

Some other smart safety features
The 2019 Ranger boasts a range of driver-assist features that are designed to help you avoid different safety issues. The 2019 Ranger comes with Ford Co-Pilot 360, and the package includes Lane Keeping System and Blind Spot Information System.

Lane Keeping System constantly monitors your driving patterns. If the system detects that you are unintentionally drifting away from your lane, it will send warning signals, prompting you to take corrective action. Blind Spot Information System constantly monitors vehicles in your blind spot. When the system detects a vehicle entering one of your blind spots, it sends audible warnings.


Source: Ford