Automatic braking shouldn't just be for the rich
Over 1,700 people were killed and 500,000 injured in rear end crashes 2012, according to a federal safety agency. That's why the National Transportation Safety Board is urging regulators to make automatic braking systems a standard feature on all new cars.
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