(NEW YORK) — With a reputation for creating some of the safest cars on the road, Swedish automaker Volvo is looking inward — literally — for a new safety feature that it’s been testing. While most of today’s cars feature cameras that let you see what’s behind you, Volvo is trying out cameras that point directly at the driver, taking note of where he or she looks — or if the driver is looking at all.If the system encounters closed eyes, or eyes that are looking at something other than the road — like a cellphone, or a radio dial — it enacts countermeasures to right the situation. The car can apply the brakes if needed to avoid a collision, slow the car down, or even — if a driver is intoxicated or otherwise unwell — notify the automaker’s concierge service, which could take further action.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.