Rick and his dog Scout show off a safety feature that warns drivers if they’ve become drowsy during the course of driving.
Here are the steps to using Drowsiness Alert:
1. If driving in and out of your lane, the feature will alert you with sound, visual warning or vibration
2. Always drive alert and get plenty of rest
3. Remember: Don’t drive distracted
Always remember that you shouldn’t drive if you’re feeling drowsy. You should always be fully rested and ready to focus on the task of driving before getting behind the wheel.
Visit MyCarDoesWhat.org to learn more about using drowsiness alert and other features to keep you, your family and others safer on the roads. Know more. Drive safer.