From in-dash touch screens and navigation, to advanced crash-avoidance and warning systems, new vehicles are more technologically advanced than ever before. Some of these systems - like electronic stability control - have proven so successful they are now required standard equipment; others remain safety and/or convenience features available only as extra-cost options. While research on real-world effectiveness of these technologies is relatively limited, we've gathered the resources below as a starting point. Knowing which of these technologies are the most effective, which may be especially helpful to an older driver, and which may not be worth the price, can help car buyers approach the showroom floor with confidence.

Which optional safety features are worth the added cost?
Backup camera in dashboard

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