What is automotive ACC?

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  • Hanson Chin
    Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an active safety system that automatically controls the acceleration and braking of a vehicle. It is activated through a button on the steering wheel and cancelled by driver's braking and/or another button.28 Nov 2019
  • What is the purpose of the loop on seat belt?

    “It's designed to rip under intense stress,” says McKenzie. “By ripping, it can cushion the blow of a collision by a few inches and help keep the passenger safe.” If you're unlucky enough to be in a crash, the loop will rip open.6 Jul 2021
  • Can I replace my seat belt myself?

    Depending on the circumstances or the amount of damage, you don't need to spend a ton of money to fix the seatbelt in your car. By simply using a couple of neat and helpful steps, you can perform a simple DIY seat belt repair job without leaving the comforts of your own garage.29 Jan 2020
  • Where are airbags located?

    Airbag Locations

    Door mounted airbags are located in the front doors on both sides of the vehicle. Seat mounted airbags are located in the outboard side of the seats for the driver, front passenger and, in some vehicles, the rear passenger side.
    15 Sept 2017
  • What are seatbelt loops?

    Unfortunately, the stitching can rip during a car collision, adding several inches of slack to the seatbelt. The so-called “energy management loop” was designed in an attempt to manipulate crash test results by inducing submarining and therefore reducing head injury numbers in frontal crashes.
  • What is inside of airbags?

    Sodium azide is best known as the chemical found in automobile airbags. An electrical charge triggered by automobile impact causes sodium azide to explode and convert to nitrogen gas inside the airbag.