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3 Crash-Prevention Tech Advances to Expect Soon
Study: ADAS Technology is Thrown a Curve
Ford, State Farm Share Data to Help ADAS Users Stay Safe
NHTSA Seeks Accountability, Transparency on ADAS-Related Crashes
Honda’s 2022 Civic Boasts New Airbags, Safety Systems
Isuzu Adds Advanced Safety Tech to 2022i N-Series Models

Isuzu Adds Advanced Safety Tech to 2022i N-Series Models

An all-new advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) will be optional on all 2022i N-Series models. Other enhancements include new standard and optional fuel tanks, standard four-wheel disc brakes, and a refreshed design.

March 10, 2021

A Majority of Drivers Want Improved ADAS Systems

A Majority of Drivers Want Improved ADAS Systems

These findings signal that people are open to more sophisticated vehicle technology, which if they provide positive experiences for drivers, will open the road to self-driving vehicle acceptance, according to AAA’s annual automated vehicle survey.

March 1, 2021

Drivers Using Vehicle Safety Assistance Tech Lose Focus on the Road
2021 Mercedes-Benz Metris Improves Fleet Connectivity & Safety Functions
5 Trends Occurring in the Fleet Maintenance Industry

5 Trends Occurring in the Fleet Maintenance Industry

Topics discussed included the emergence of more electric vehicles in fleet operations, the proliferation of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), the increased complexity in fleet maintenance along with the lack of technicians in the market, an increase in vehicle diagnostics capabilities, and changes that have occurred as a result of the pandemic.

November 18, 2020

Ford to Introduce Hands-Free Tech on F-150 Next Year
Nissan’s Safety Shield Tech Made Standard on 10 Models
Isuzu’s D-Max Pickup Achieves Top Safety Recognition in Australia
ADAS Exaggerates Automated Driving Capabilities to Users

ADAS Exaggerates Automated Driving Capabilities to Users

According to AAA, motorists using active driving assistance systems (ADAS), which combine vehicle acceleration with braking and steering, tend to overlook safety limitations on vehicles that suggest an “automated” driving experience.

September 10, 2020

ADAS Tech Development Grows Despite Slowdown from COVID-19
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