Learn About Safety Technology Using GM Surround Vision at Phillips Buick GMC

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With respect to available safety features we have choices like never before. GM Surround Vision is almost magical in concept and application. This available system provides you with an overhead virtual “bird’s eye” view of the scene around your vehicle on a center-stack display, and helps you park and avoid crashes with nearby objects during low-speed maneuvering.

Surround Vision Camera, also known as the 360-degree camera, is a General Motors active safety technology that provides the driver with an overhead “bird’s eye” view of the environment around their vehicle to assist in parking and avoid hitting nearby objects during low-speed maneuvering. By supplementing direct vision and mirrors, the feature is helpful in showing the driver blind spots, pavement markings, other vehicles, curbs and other surroundings.

Surround Vision displays an overhead video image of the vehicle on the center stack display using four cameras: Rear Vision Camera, Forward-looking camera in front grill/emblem area and 2 side-looking cameras mounted on each side mirror

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National Teen Driver Safety Week Teaches “5 to Drive”

996590_66248691October 19-25 is National Teen Driver Safety Week! Parents are the biggest influence on teens’ safety behind the wheel, but according to a recent survey, only 25% of parents take the time to talk with their kids about the dangers of driving.

Did you know that motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of 14-to-18-year-olds in the United States?

Join parents across the country in the “5 to Drive” campaign. The “5 to Drive” are five important rules that teen drivers need to follow. They address the worst dangers for teen drivers: alcohol, texting, seat belts, speeding, and extra passengers.

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