safety feature

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: feature - feature of an artifact that is added to insure a user's safety
characteristic, feature - a prominent attribute or aspect of something; "the map showed roads and other features"; "generosity is one of his best characteristics"
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Electronic Stability Program (ESP) is an important safety feature.
Uber Philippines yesterday launched "Rider Identification," the first safety feature in Asia Pacific region, to further ensure protection to both their drivers and passengers.
Maruti Suzuki, an India-based automaker, is equipping its Ciaz with ISOFIX mounts as an additional safety feature for child passengers.
Road safety expert Mohamed Sheta weighs in with his auto safety feature priorities
As a senior engineer and daily user of the new, expanded King Faisal Highway and specifically the new highway - which has been designed to accommodate more cars and ease the traffic going westwards towards Seef district - I have noticed with horror that one important and very critical safety feature has been ignored in the design of this highway.
One safety feature is temperature delaying auto shutdown to avoid overheating plastics and other materials.
If the City Safety feature realizes that the car is about to drive into the vehicle in front of it and the driver does not react, the car will automatically brake, avoiding any collision.
A popular safety feature for 2009 models are dynamic head restraints, or headrests that move with the neck and head in the event of a collision to both restrain and prevent injury.
Also, some models come with a safety feature that keeps the tool from firing if there's no resistance, Hesseltine says.
Topper offers an additional safety feature to the Ergo-Tilt-Veyor and Ergo-Trans-Veyor.
He or she makes an informed decision not to buy the option, uses the product, and suffers injuries that could have been prevented had the product been equipped with the safety feature.
Daytime running lights, which produce visual contrast between vehicles and their backgrounds, are a low-cost safety feature that can potentially reduce crashes during day-light hours and reduce claims.