Technology may evolve fast but when it comes to car safety technology, some features may take even decades to actually begin to spread, according to a recent study.
Multiple news agencies have been reporting that a study has showed that in spite of government mandates and public pressure, the rapid growth and spreading of safety features usually take about 30 years. According to experts, examples can back up this statement.
For an instance, antilock brakes were introduced in 1985 but were only implemented in pretty much all new vehicles in 2010.
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