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ESC technology could cut road deaths by up to a quarter

18 June 2007

New research, published today, has found vehicles equipped with Electronic Stability Control (ESC) are 25% less likely to be involved in a fatal accident than those without it. If every vehicle on UK roads were fitted with ESC, this would equate to approximately 380 fewer fatal accidents each year

www.chooseesc.eu/en/news/dft_study_01.htm

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