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GM Develops Device To Help Avoid Accidents

General Motors has developed new safety features that may help a vehicle driving at slower speeds automatically avoid an accident. The technology uses sensors, cameras and even radars.

According to the news, this technology would be useful in parking lots or driveways, and is a feature that the consumer can opt to have installed in their vehicle for about $3,200. It can also be turned on and off at the consumer’s discretion.

Experts believe that this device is not a perfect science as of yet, as other car companies are under investigation for the technology causing the vehicle to activate its emergency brakes on bridges when it wasn’t necessary, however, some think this is a good safety device.

For more details, read the full article here:
GM adds new safety technology to 3 Cadillac models

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