New Zealand will require electronic stability control for new, used and imported cars, saying the technology is expected to prevent 432 deaths and 1,992 serious injuries over the next two decades. Associate Transport Minister Michael Woodhouse signs a new Land Transport Rule to phase in mandatory ESC, saying many road-safety experts describe it as the most significant advance in vehicle safety since the seatbelt. Under the new rule all new light passenger and commercial vehicles certified ...

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