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Seniors see high-tech cars as both friend and foe, study says

When the seniors in a recent McMaster study on high tech cars first started driving, car safety was a comparatively low-tech affair. Forget innovations like ABS and airbags– back in the 1960s and 70s, seatbelt use wasn't even mandatory in most jurisdictions.
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