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19 February 2010

Vehicle ‘eSafety’ technologies assist the driver in case of an emergency situation and by providing vital information and warnings.

They help the driver make the right decisions and remain in control of the car by informing, advising and alerting him to avoid or minimise the effects of a crash. They include Electronic Stability Control, Blind Spot Monitoring, Speed Alert and Lane Support Systems .

The eSafety Challenge is an annual event that promotes and highlights the life-saving potential of these advanced vehicle safety technologies. The 2010 eSafety Challenge will take place at the Millbrook Proving Ground close to London on 13 July 2010. For further regular information about eSafety systems and to declare an interest in the Challenge please join our eSafetyForum.

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