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The effort —  lead by AAA, the National Safety Council, Consumer Reports, JD Power, and SAE International — is intended to help educate consumers on the benefits, limitations and proper usage of these technologies by establishing standardized naming that is simple, specific, and based on system functionality.  

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Groups Come Together on Safety Tech Naming

Four organizations – AAA, Consumer Reports, J.D. Power, and the National Safety Council – have come together to adopt standardized naming for advanced driver assistance technology in an effort to reduce confusion.

Dodge Makes Gains in Consumer Reports Reliability Survey

Dodge regained its position among the top 10 reliable automotive brands among 2020 model vehicles, while Volkswagen and Audi saw sharp drops due to "troublesome redesigned vehicles," according to Consumer Reports closely-watched annual survey of automotive reliability.

Top Vehicle Safety Tech

These three technology features, which have mostly become standard equipment in recent years, significantly increase safety for drivers.