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Tops & amp; Flops - innovations and nerves killer in the car: car technology that inspires or annoys

Hans-Dieter Seufert
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D he modern everyday traffic places high demands on man and machine . Assistance systems provide support in wide areas and warn of impending danger.

Warning tones from all corners

Not only do the assistance systems give a warning, but also numerous other functions in the car. You forgot to turn off the light - it chimes. You haven't buckled up - it beeps. You put a bag that is too heavy on the passenger seat - it beeps. The washer fluid is empty - it gong. The outside temperature is 3 degrees Celsius - it whines. You parked too close to a bush - it beeps. The trunk lid is not closed properly - it beeps. The flood of warning tones is the number one hot topic among auto motor und sport editors.

On the other hand, more and more technical features are creating enthusiasm among colleagues. Modern navigation devices are a blessing - they bring you safely to your destination even when you are abroad, avoid disputes between the driver and front passenger and keep the storage compartments free for more important utensils. For example, for MP3 players that can now easily contact the car radio via USB interfaces.

Innovations that no one would want to do without are safety equipment such as seat belts, ABS or airbags.

You can read what else the editors are enthusiastic about or annoying in the car in our photo show.

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