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Use Of Collision Prevention Technology May Be Required By Law Soon

Recent reports show that multiple lawmakers are being urged to come up with mandates that would require automakers to make certain collision prevention technologies to be standard equipments in newer models of vehicles.

According to the news, the government is being pressured to include lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning and automatic braking technologies to the list of required features vehicles should be equipped with in order to prevent accidents.

Safety advocates believe that by requiring safety technologies, cars would make roads safer. At this moment, the National Transportation Safety Board reported that these safety devices must be required on all newer vehicles in spite of the fact the automobile industry shows signs of concerns regarding the cost of newer vehicles as a result of the add-ons.

Hopefully, lawmakers and automakers will be able to come up with a plan that will continue to make vehicles affordable and safe at the same time. Safety is important and drivers should be aware of how safe driving could prevent accidents on top of the use of safety technology.

To learn more about this effort and how safety technology could help drivers in the future, click here for the full article.

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