AD #1931 – Auto Braking Systems Vary Greatly, California Wants Stricter GHG Regs, 1st Autonomous Taxi Launches

published 2 years ago by John McElroy

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On today's show Singapore's Nutana me becomes the first company to offer autonomous ride sharing to the public a new study shows drivers need more education when it comes to automatic emergency braking and white upgrading our fuel isn't. Ocean to reduce. All that and more coming right up. Online dating. This is not a line daily for August 25 for 2016. With the amount of technology that's crammed into cars today it's even more important than ever for drivers to fully understand each system and how they work. And according to triple a more education needs to be done with automatic emergency braking the agency recently conducted a series of tests on vehicles equipped with the technology and found that the systems vary greatly in performing ...

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