Every year about 37,000 people die in vehicle crashes on America’s roads. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants that number to be zero.
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You know what? I want that number to be zero as well. In this video we’ll discuss four driver assistance technologies that can help make cars safer! Watch the video from Engineering Explained for more info:
We’ll cover rear automatic braking, blind spot intervention, lane keeping assistance, and automatic high beams.
Important to note, the goal here isn’t to take the driver completely out of the equation, but to provide assistance in ways that continue to reduce the number of fatal crashes and injuries. To learn more about new car safety technologies and understand how they work, you can visit NHTSA.gov./Engineering Explained