Commentary Honda recently unveiled a “safety-for-everyone” campaign, under which it plans to equip all of its vehicles with the latest industry safety technology that up to now only has been available on high-end vehicles. By 2006, the auto maker plans to make standard its automatic braking systems, plus advanced front-side airbags and side curtain airbags – both of which employ “smart” technology designed to protect out-of-position occupants. The exception will be two ultra-low ...
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