The U.K.’s Motor Insurance Repair Research Center says new safety systems being fitted to British cars have the potential to prevent thousands of pedestrian injuries and the loss of dozens of lives each year. The “giant step forward” for pedestrian safety is the culmination of years of intensive research, the firm says. The Autonomous Emergency Braking systems under study incorporate a raft of cutting-edge initiatives using a variety of technologies to automatically stop a car before it ...

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