Excessive speeds and unsuitable driving speeds are the key cause of the road traffic accident, causing more than 50% of traffic accidents with fatal consequences. The solution to this problem is the application of modern technological solutions, as smart systems in the vehicle. The use of these systems has become an integral part of daily driving experience, and it is necessary to explore the advantages and challenges of their impact on driving safety. In recent years, the process of introducing smart systems in the vehicle is accelerated, such as electronic stability control, intelligent speed control, automatic braking, etc. However, such systems can only help them if drivers know them properly. Therefore, in this work, the selected vehicle sample shows the results of the research conducted with the aim of understanding the use of smart systems and their impact on improving driving safety. The collected data is processed using a computer program, adapted to handle this type of data. The hi-squared test method was used to verify certain hypotheses. The obtained results point to the possibility of significant impacts of smart systems to improve driving safety, and based on which concrete measures for their use are proposed.
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