How New Tech Can Make Cars Even Safer | Consumer Reports

Tens of thousands of people are dying on America’s roads every year. What can we do? Consumer Reports hosted a panel discussion at the Washington D.C. Auto Show to talk about the technology and policy changes that could improve vehicle safety.

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6 Comments on "How New Tech Can Make Cars Even Safer | Consumer Reports"

  1. Dark Roast Lefty | February 27, 2020 at 2:36 PM | Reply

    and yet… auto insurance rates keeps creeping up. 😉

  2. When is your next video? 😀 Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? :]

  3. Good! Keep it up! Would you like to be YouTube friends? :]

  4. Add more protected bicycle lanes to encourage more people to ride bicycles to work or school or for fun.
    People and cars need to be separated from each other. Children should be able to ride to school safely on protected bike lanes. If cities in Europe can do it we need to do it in the US.

  5. The solution? Bernie Sanders, for a start.

  6. I propose we put an end to undivided rural highways. I’d like to see all undivided rural highways be separated with barriers and widened slightly to accommodate them. Instead of using the oncoming lane for passing, we should have a designated passing lane, even if for short distances at a time. It’s just crazy to me that the roads we use for high speed opposing traffic are placed as close to each other as possible with nothing to separate them and this is considered normal. It truly is the least safe solution.

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