Maximum Velo-city

Posted by econolitegroup | July 17, 2016 | Publication
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Maximum velo-city

June/July 2016

“While much attention is being paid to driver safety benefits in a connected and autonomous vehicle world- the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates that connected vehicle technology could reduce vehicle crashes involving non-impaired drivers 80 per cent – not much has been said about the potential safety benefits connected vehicle technology will have for bicyclists and bicycling in general.”…

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