US study backs need for auto anti-rollover systems


By John Crawley WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - An electronic device that senses when a vehicle is about to tip and automatically corrects steering, acceleration and braking can reduce single-vehicle crashes that include deadly rollovers, a safety group said on Thursday. The results of a study by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety complemented recent federal safety findings that underscored the potential of stability technology to help cut highway deaths, which topped 42,000 last ...

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