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The government wants our cars to 'talk' to each other

by Terrence O'Brien
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is throwing its weight behind vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems. After years of experimentation an
  • Lakitu

    "The U.S. Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have approved V2V communication systems that regulators say will increase safety, reduce accidents and pave the way for connected cars. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said V2V technology could do for motorists in the coming years what seatbelts did in the 1960s and airbags did a generation ago."

  • Arlen Haynes

    The Government May Soon Mandate Technology That Could Prevent A Huge Number Of Car Crashes

  • Hancock Law Firm

    V2V technology is considered to be the next generation of auto safety improvements. Learn how V2V is preventing car accidents in this article.

  • Jim Thomas

    Will V2V (Vehicle to Vehicle) communication technology become the next big safety feature?

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