Driving assistance technology could actually be a good investment. Here’s why
Study found millions of crashes could be prevented over the next 30 years
ORLANDO, Fla. – Dubbed as the eyes and ears of your car, advanced driver-assistance systems are popping up more in newer vehicles but you might not you have them or how to use them.
Advanced driver-assistance systems, also known as ADAS, include forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring. New research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety estimates these systems could prevent more than 30 million crashes and nearly 250,000 deaths over the next 30 years.