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Road fatalities and the traffic law have played prominently in the news in recent months.Today cars can come not just with driver and passenger air bags but also side, curtain and knee air bags to protect all occupants in the event of an accident.More recent safety gear also includes stability control, which helps prevent cars from flipping over, and traction control, which keeps the driver from losing control of the car. The most that over 95 percent of the populace can pay for a new car is around $30,000, and even that is being generous.For under $17,500 you can get a Hyundai Elantra with standard stability control, anti-lock brakes with Brake Assist, a Steering Effort Assist system that helps you regain stability and control in a skid, front driver and passenger air bags, front seat-mounted side airbags, and front and rear side-curtain bags.The only remaining alternative for particular drivers is the imagined safety of pre-owned cars equipped with safety gear.
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