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Default New cars increasingly likely to include collision-avoidance safety tech

The IIHS on Wedensday said that automakers are on track to meet their goal of making automatic emergency braking standard on nearly every new car by 2022. About half of the new cars produced for the American market between Sept. 1, 2017 and Aug. 31, 2018 left the factory fitted with an automatic emergency braking system. When the IIHS collected...

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