Australian researchers link Intelligent Speed Adaptation devices to safer roads and cost savings. The University of Adelaide’s Center for Automotive Safety Research sought to measure the savings from use of the devices by state government. A recent trial showed ISA potentially could eliminate 171 injury crashes in government fleets annually, saving A$31.6 million ($33.9 million) in related costs. Researchers analyzed four ISA devices currently available. They determined ...

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