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Technologies prevention of collisions should be the norm, says NTSB

U.S. investigators believe that the federal government should require automakers to include the latest technology for the prevention of collisions in the equipment of series of new vehicles.

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) states that new regulations could reduce more than half the road fatalities.

These new technologies include a warning of lane departure and forward collision device, a smart cruise control, an automatic braking system and electronic stability program. They are already available on many cars and trucks, but some features are only available on high-end models.

The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers stated that technology could push up the cost of a new car for several thousand dollars. People who advocate for safer cars rather pretend that the cost per vehicle decrease if different devices become basic equipment.

The NTSB's recommendation as part of its annual report on the improvements of the most wished security.

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