Modern vehicles are increasingly incorporating systems that contribute to driver comfort and safety. For the comfort system, we can think of electrically adjustable door mirrors: the driver can easily adjust the mirror while maneuvering so that the car can be parked close to the curb.
The “safety” category includes systems that help to minimize damage in the event of an accident (for example, the airbag and crumple zone), but also systems that help prevent an accident, such as driver assistance.
To prevent a vehicle from being stolen as much as possible, the central door locking system is equipped with a so-called roll code and the immobilizer can only be deactivated with a correct key code. The systems to prevent unwanted access to the vehicle are classified in the overview page of “security and access”.