The Uncrashable Car?

The largest road safety research project ever launched in Europe will usher in a series of powerful road-safety systems for European cars. But, in the long term, its basic, experimental research could lead to a car that is virtually uncrashable.

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ICT Results (2008, April 12). Road Safety: The Uncrashable Car?. ScienceDaily. Retrieved April 14, 2008, from http://www.sciencedaily.com

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A few of these high-tech safety options are already being used by drivers,like blind spot detector.Now this new techonolog\y will be more beneficial to avoid crashes between two vehicles. I read somewhere this technologies are already being implemented on test basis in a Volvo FH12, BMW 545i, Fiat Stilo, Alfa Romeo 156