From the crew safety cabin to the automatic cruise system. From three-point safety belts to child safety seats. From car airbags to active braking systems. From vehicle radar to 360 surround view system. From full manual operation to L2 level driving assistance system. All the time, major car manufacturers have been working hard on how to increase the safety of the people in the car. But today we are going to talk about topics related to the safety of pets in the car.
At present, more and more people are beginning to treat their pets as “family”, so taking their pets on vacation has become a “just need” for pet owners. Today, in addition to protecting the safety of the occupants in the car, the safety of pets in the car should not be ignored. Recently, according to overseas media reports, Subaru officially released a series of pet car safety accessories.
Including luggage cushion liner, console protection cover, seat protection pad, pet gangway, foldable dog kennel, pet safety belt, pet carrier, rear seat cover, mobile pet bed, pet travel bowl and rear center restraint 11 safety accessories including collars.
Among them, the pet gangway allows larger pets to enter the car by themselves, which is especially friendly to smaller ladies. The rear center restraint collar can contain the pet’s body during emergency braking to avoid violent rollover. The pet basket, as its name suggests, is to make it easier to carry small pets, such as cats and chihuahuas. Pet safety belts are used to restrain larger pets, mainly large dogs. The pet travel bowl is more convenient for pets to eat and drink during travel. These “equipment” not only effectively protect the pets in the car, but also improve the safety of our driving to a certain extent.
According to the survey, many people often put their pets in the front passenger seat or unconstrained rear seats when driving with their pets. Some people even put their pets on their knees or feed their pets while driving. These behaviors will not only become factors that affect safe driving, but even touch our country’s laws and regulations.