Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Gear Up Your Volvo for an Adventure Drive with Auto Repair and Check
When it comes to driving off-road, Volvo is, hands-down, one of the best choices. In fact, Volvo cars were specifically designed to withstand the rough and rugged terrains. Named from the Latin word “volvere,” which means “to roll,” these cars are able to prepare their drivers for the most adrenaline-pumping drive imaginable. In a test drive posted by Motor Trend, a Volvo car was shown to be driving at 48 miles per hour before going off-road, hitting an embankment and flying airborne for a while. This is made possible by the run-off-road protection system that allows the car to make adjustments to ensure passenger safety. These include a spine protection system, the back rest of the seat, an automatic retracting seatbelt adjustment, automatic airbags, and a release pin that retracts the brake pedal.