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Three Features of an Accident-Proof Sports Car

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My friend owns a Bugatti. Another, a Maserati. A friend of a friend owns an Audi. Your sports car is your most trusted companion. Both of you have gone through roads less travelled. You’ve been together even through your own personal struggles. No matter how steep that climb is, your car stays reliable at all times.

Your sports car is not just any ordinary car. You cannot just add something to make it accident-proof. Instead, you need to buy a new one with all the state-of-the-art safety features.

Statistically, sports cars have the highest crash rate compared to other types of cars due to their ability to go from zero to a hundred in the blink of an eye. Impressive as it may seem, safety should still be your top priority. In this article are three features that you should make sure your car has so that you can say it’s really accident-proof. Now, even if your car is totally safe features-wise, there is still a need for you to know what to do after a car accident. Being knowledgeable, after all, always gives you the upper hand.

Side strength

Getting bumped on the side is one of the most common types of car crashes, especially in areas with low visibility. Ironically, drivers like you would prefer to drive your Mustang at night rather than in the daytime because the radiation from the sun would definitely affect the precious surface of your car. Speaking of Mustangs, it has been regarded as one of the safest sports cars to drive due to a number of reasons, and a strong side impact protection is just one of those.

Roof strength

Aside from side crashes, single vehicle rollovers are also common with high-powered cars, so you would need your auto to have a very strong roof to protect you (and especially your head) when that unexpected accident occurs. Most car manufacturers seem to lack this detail when it comes to production and it shows, unfortunately, during car crash tests done by several insurance companies. For more in depth information, consult with your car insurance provider.


Now that the outside is protected, now let’s deal with matters on the inside. Elon Musk’s company Tesla has been in constant circulation around social media. They claim to continuously create and conceptualize the most advanced sports car with today’s technology.

Not only do they make extensive use of AI or artificial intelligence in detecting obstructions and speed limits, they also take into account the car’s sustainability and carbon footprint by becoming a leading company when it comes to electric cars. Imagine this: you pull up into the club and you see a sexy woman. Then, you find out that she’s vegan and loves the planet. Impress her with your Tesla and drive off into the night.

Cars are undoubtedly one of the most important inventions of the previous century. With technology rapidly progressing, the safety features of your sports car should also improve. After all, you share the road with a lot of other trucks and cars, and their drivers might be negligent or just plain rude. Also, being a sports car owner, you also have your unique level of risk-taking. I am reminded of something that my friend said, the one with the Bugatti. He said that he paid for the entire speedometer so he has the right to use the entire speedometer, especially .during a fun race. Sounds fair, don’t you agree?

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