Where Does the NHTSA Stand On Automotive Cyber Security?

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BestRide | Jul 04, 2016

USDOT Sec. Anthony FoxxThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) places most of the responsibility for traffic fatalities firmly on the shoulders of driver error (to the tune of more than 90-percent). Not being a regulatory body prone to standing idly by and waiting for problems to work themselves out, the NHTSA has taken steps to ensure that automated safety features like mitigated braking, automatic cruise control, blind spot monitoring and alert, lane departure warning and correction, and other collision avoidance features become standard equipment an all automobiles sold in the U.S. in the very near future.


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