Safety provisions


  • General
  • Active Safety Features
  • Passive Safety Features

Active safety features:
These are all facilities that contribute to the prevention of collisions. In most cases, the active safety features increase comfort. Active safety features include:

  • Large glass area with small blind spots
  • Bright body colors
  • Well-fitting chairs
  • Ventilation, interior heating and window demisting
  • Airco
  • Rear window heating
  • Adjustable mirrors from the inside
  • Clear instrument panel
  • Large windshield wipers, whose speed is easily adjustable
  • Erase installation
  • Good lighting (not dazzling)
  • Precise and light steering (power steering)
  • Anti-Lock System (ABS) prevents the wheels from locking during braking
  • Drive Slip Regulation (ASR) prevents the wheels from spinning when accelerating
  • Electronics Stability Program (ESP) makes the car less likely to skid
  • High-acceleration engine

Passive safety features:
The passive safety features must minimize damage to occupants and other road users in the event of collisions. Passive safety devices are only effective when a collision occurs. The consequences in the event of a collision are thereby limited. Passive safety features include:

  • Crumple zones
  • safety cage
  • Crossbars in the doors
  • roll bars
  • Shock absorbing bumpers
  • Laminated safety glass
  • Fuel tank as much as possible within the safety cage
  • Security locks
  • Safety steering column
  • Seat belts with pretensioners
  • Airbags
  • Headrests
  • Easy-folding door mirrors
  • Soft material in interior
  • recessed controls; no protruding parts
  • Difficult flammable material in interior
  • Fire-resistant zones
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