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Why NHTSA's Proposed Brake Override System Needs An On/Off Switch [Car Safety]

When you're wildly stomping at the pedals of your car in a panic, there's really only one outcome you're looking for: Stop. That's why, for 99.9% of drivers and driving, the mandatory brake override system proposed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is a good idea. More »
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