Several news agencies have reported that apps could help drivers to beware of the dangers they could be facing by not paying attention to their health condition while behind the wheel.
With the disclosure of a report issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, automakers realized that 80 percent of all drivers involved in auto crashes were experiencing a medical emergency event prior to the accident.
To help keep drivers safe, the auto industry has been looking into coming up with newer ways to keep drivers safe by developing apps that would help drivers with medical conditions like diabetes, allergies or even asthma.
These apps would work to alert drivers of their conditions and maintain a link between motorists and medical professionals.
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