Ford Ranger’s Smart Seat Belt Technology Monitors Rear Seat Buckles


Ford Ranger Seatbelt Technology

Ford Ranger’s Smart Seat Belt Technology Monitors Rear Seat Buckles

The Ford Ranger in North Carolina is one of the most recognizable pickups by Ford. There are many reasons to fall in love with the Ranger. The pickup comes with a heavy-duty engine that makes enough power to bring your wildest of fantasies to life. The Ranger shatters myths about pickups and proves every person who considers trucks sluggish, lazy giants wrong.

The pickup features cool design elements. The Ranger is designed to take you off the beaten path. The most striking thing about the car, however, is its safety features. The 2019 version of the Ranger comes with an array of advanced safety features that are designed to save lives on the road.

One of the most advanced safety features of the Ford Ranger in North Carolina is the Smart Seat Belt technology that is designed to monitor front and rear seat belt usage. In case a seat belt has been undone, the system will display a warning message on the driver information display. Smart Seat Belt technology uses a feature called Belt Monitor.

Smart Seat Belt is a revolutionary technology and unique to the Ranger in the sense that while most competitors to the Ranger tell that a seat belt has been undone in the front two seats before the driver stops the car, the Ranger alerts the driver even when they are driving. Additionally, the system tells the driver exactly which seat has been unbuckled so that it can remind the person to buckle up.

Ford Ranger Seatbelt Technology

Other smart safety features

The 2019 Ford Ranger in North Carolina comes loaded with a range of driver-assist technologies that are designed to serve as your extra set of eyes and ears on the road. Ford Co-Pilot 360 includes an array of advanced technologies such as Lane-Keeping System and Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage

While Lane-Keeping System helps you avoid drifting away from your lane, Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage is designed to alert you to vehicles in your blind spots. Adaptive Cruise Control continuously monitors your Ranger’s distance with the vehicle in front of it. If the system detects that your car is getting too close, it will automatically adjust the vehicle’s speed to avert a potential collision.


Source: Ford