How to Keep Thanksgiving Dinner Safe in a Kia
Keeping your family safe on the road is a no-brainer if you’re behind the wheel of a Kia vehicle. Designed to prevent and withstand collisions, Kia models are perfect for transporting everything from kids to holiday dinners. In fact, we here at Crown Kia of Tyler have a few ways to keep Thanksgiving dinner safe while on the road.
This may sound like an obvious point, but Thanksgiving traffic can be unpredictable. Taking your eyes off the road for a second can be the difference between a ruined dinner and making it your destination safely.
Fortunately, Kia vehicles are available with a Forward Collision Warning System that alerts drivers when the distance between vehicles becomes dangerously short. Now you can store your dishes on the passenger seat with little fear they’ll go flying into the windshield unexpectedly!
Stay on the Road
Another obvious point, but one that needs to be reiterated, is to stay on the road. Late night conversations with family can cause drowsiness and fatigue. That can be an issue when you’re heading to their place for Thanksgiving dinner, food in tow. That’s why Kia vehicles are available with a Lane Departure Warning System designed to ensure you make it to your destination without falling asleep as the wheel.
You can control your car, but that won’t save you from an inattentive driver. A rear-end collision can cause dishes to go clattering and sliding around the vehicle, leaving a mess in their wake. That’s why Kia vehicles feature an Emergency Stop Signal. When you brake abruptly, the system triggers a blinking taillight that grabs the attention of unwary drivers that might be behind you.