Honda's latest ride features technology that can detect if you are going to get into an accident, so now, you can compensate for your bad driving skills with the help of cutting edge Japanese technology. My question is whether or not a car engine like this would cause drivers to overly rely on the robot, and thus drive more lazily.
Implications - The system works with an integrated radar that will warn the driver if it detects the risk of a crash. It will brake the car automatically and during that time, your seatbelts will also be tightened as an additional safety feature. This technology has been put into Honda's Inspire.
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Let Your Car Decide Whether You Are At Risk Of An Accident
- By: Greg PonesseJan 3, 2006 Updated: May 9 2011