Driver-Assist Systems Seen Saving About 10,000 U.S. Lives a Year

  • Advanced features could prevent 30% of crashes, study says
  • Cost hinders car buyers' adoption, Boston Consulting finds

New auto safety technologies such as automatic braking and sensors that keep a car in its lane could prevent almost 10,000 U.S. road deaths a year and save $251 billion if they were more widely available, according to a Boston Consulting Group study.

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