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Driver assistance systems make requests, say U.s. researchers

driver assistance systems like adaptive cruise control and active lane assist can take a long time, not all of the situations on the way to handle this, as are

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Driver assistance systems make requests, say U.s. researchers

driver assistance systems like adaptive cruise control and active lane assist can take a long time, not all of the situations on the way to handle this, as are the conclusions of researchers from the AAA, the American autoassociatie on Thursday.

"We have seen time and time again that it is active driver assistance systems do not consistently perform well, especially on the road," according to the AAA. The researchers ' rationale for the research, both on the highway and in the city. In addition, the driver assistance systems from BMW, Cadillac, Ford, Kia, and Subaru to the test.

According to the AAA, it was the lane assist and a system that is in the car, in the middle of the lane, love, and, in some cases, the vehicle independently of the traffic lane that can change its performance leaves something to be desired.

General Motors, parent company of Cadillac, says in a comment that it was in their driver assistance systems to the driver a timely warning to the director to take over when the situation asks for it.

driver assistance systems will be required, How well do they work?
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