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New Safety Technology in Cars

13 September 2008

Toyota Motor Corporation has announced a world first in giving its Pre-Crash Safety System the ability to determine whether a driver's eyes are properly open. It expects this driver-monitoring breakthrough to play an important role in reducing collision-related damage.

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