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Consumer awareness study on eSafety technologies released

2 November 2009

eSafetyAware has launched a new market study looking at car user's awareness and acceptance of eSafety technologies. The quantitative study included 1000 respondents from five European countries: France, Germany, Italy, Poland and UK and looked at car users' knowledge about eSafety technologies, their acceptance of these systems as well as the purchase patterns and decision factors when buying a new car.
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