PARIS – The European Commission may table legislation forcing auto makers to include the latest intelligent and e-safety devices in their vehicles if there is a low take-rate of the technologies. The commission’s primary focus is online broadband in-car warning systems, relaying to drivers information about traffic congestion, road conditions and accidents. The EC also seeks to remove legal barriers blocking the use of short-range radar incorporated into many new safety ...
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