No More Car Crashes by 2020?

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  2. Car Insurance Singapore · September 5, 2012

    Hello Innovaro,
    Along the same lines,, What do driving instructors, traffic officers, firemen and ambulance drivers have in common? Except for the fact that they all drive, obviously, they represent a group of professional drivers whose job puts them and others at a greater risk of injury in a car crash.
    Regards

    • innovaro · September 11, 2012

      Absolutely. And they would benefit greatly from technologies that will help everyone drive safer.

  3. Young · September 10, 2012

    Unless fully certain, please do not say “Google…….without a single accident.” First of all, there have been two accidents up to now, and, although Google “insisted” those two were not their faluts, we did/could not even see the police report for on of them.

  4. New York City Accident Lawyer · October 29, 2013

    I really appreciate your post, specially the last part . I also think that these types of technology will help people to be more safe. Distance behavior in vehicles can help you avoid an accident. But still I believe the best way to prevent being involved in a car accident is to practice safe driving actions.

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