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Two new JDM Toyota safety technologies are likely to arrive on future Lexus models in the United States. The first is a system that uses a millimeter-wave radar to detect objects in the vehicle's path. When obstructions are noted, the driver is alerted by an indicator or a sound. If the pending ...
Over the past few years, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has been testing the effectiveness of head and neck restraints in most of the new models that it puts through its battery of batterings, and with good reason. Rear-end collisions are the number one crash on American roads. ...
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in Arlington, Va. has just concluded testing on some 75 vehicles' head restraint systems and after performing a simulated rear-end impact of 20 MPH, only 22 of the systems received the top score of "good."At the head of the class was Audi's A4, S4 ...