TOKYO – Japanese auto makers continue to make advances into the field of vehicle safety, a new report by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Assn. says. JAMA, in the 2013 edition of “The Motor Industry of Japan,” reports antilock braking systems were available on all standard cars sold in Japan with 1.0L or larger engines in 2011, the most recent year for which the association reports safety-system installations. A total of 185 different models offered ABS in 2011. The ...

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