According to a series of articles, motorists driving the new Lexus LS460 are impressed with the vehicle’s new pre-collision system that sends signals to the vehicle so that it brakes for the driver if the system senses a frontal impact while it travels at speeds that are lower than 30 mph.
The $60,000 price tag of the car raises a question associated with the cost of safety features and how far consumers are willing to go to pay for them. The cutting-edge technology makes those buying the Lexus happy, but shouldn’t such safety measures be available on all cars? According to Allstate, the average consumer has an auto accident of some kind every 10 years and files a collision claim every 18 years.
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