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Advancing Speed Assistance Systems

21 September 2017

Earlier in the year Global NCAP, Euro NCAP and Australasian NCAP held a seminar in London on the role of vehicle-based advanced systems to assist drivers to drive within posted speed limits. The report makes excellent reading and is now available.

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