NHTSA chief: Vehicle-to-vehicle communication may reduce crashes

04/26/2012 | Detroit Free Press

Auto crashes could be reduced by as much as 80% if vehicles have features that enable them to communicate with one another, said David Strickland, head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Such technology "really has a tremendous amount of promise to save lives," Strickland said.

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