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ESC - One Hundred Per Cent Availabiliy by 2012

22 September 2007

On 18 September, the European Commission outlined new plans to accelerate the drive for safer, cleaner and smarter cars in its First Intelligent Car Report.

The Commission's target is to achieve a 100% availability of ESC for the model year 2012.

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