Federal safety regulations do not require car manufacturers to install automatic emergency braking systems in their vehicles, but government officials say this form of crash-avoidance technology is becoming increasingly standard among some automakers. Four of the 20 automakers that have pledged to make automatic emergency braking standard in their vehicle by September 2022 say that the technology became standard already in more than half of their 2017 model-year vehicles, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The automakers that are producing the majority of their vehicles with automatic emergency braking standard are mostly luxury brands: Tesla (100 percent), ... Read More
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