Nissan developing "Slip Hazard" warning system
The set-up works by relaying information from the antilock brakes through Nissan's Intelligent Transport System, a new feature that links the vehicle with third-party traffic data gathered from other motorists and local police as well as "historical records of the slippery points".
Initial testing is being conducted in the northern parts of Japan where it's common for roads to get covered in ice. This seems like one case of technology giving drivers an extra edge in safety without nannying them with useless safety gadgets.
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