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Crash-avoidance technology helps teen drivers

Tuesday, December 11, 2012by  Jon Osterberg

Someday, Northwest teen drivers might benefit from Israeli technology used to avoid crashes.
   Mobileye, which makes in-car collision avoidance systems, has teamed with a top Israeli insurance company to offer new drivers its equipment for free for two years. If danger is detected an alarms sounds, and if the driver does nothing, the seat belt automatically tightens and the brakes are applied. Read The Wall Street Journal post.

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