Should auto

Independent OnlineShould auto-brake tech be standard?Independent OnlineWashington - Car companies should immediately include systems that automatically brake or warn drivers to avoid rear-end collisions as standard equipment in new vehicles, the US National Transportation Safety Board urged in a report released on Monday.NTSB calls on automakers to install collision prevention systems in new vehiclesUncover MichiganUS cars, trucks need collision prevention systems -officialsReutersThere are about 1.7 million rear-end collisions on US roads each year. Here's ...Washington Post (blog)The Spokesman Review -Jefferson City News Tribuneall 92 news articles »


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