All light-commercial vehicles sold in Australia will have to include electronic stability control and a brake-assist system as of November 2015. Infrastructure and Regional Development Assistant Minister Jamie Briggs says BAS also will be compulsory for new models of light-passenger vehicles by November 2015. ESC already is mandated for newly introduced models of light-passenger vehicles (cars, passenger vans and SUVs). From Nov. 1, it also will be required for all newly built existing ...

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