Is Adaptive Cruise Control Increasing the Risk of Car Accidents? – Automobile Accidents Legal Blogs Posted by Robert E. McCann

Adaptive cruise control (ACC) is an advanced safety system that is offered in many newer vehicles. It is an upgrade from regular cruise control, which allows drivers to set a speed and not have to keep pressing down on the accelerator. Although both features sounds like they are safe and convenient, there may be safety risks involved with the newer systems. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) recently posted a report claiming that ACC actually increases the risk of car accidents.

ACC allows drivers to set a speed and following distance from the car in front of them. It

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Which Vehicles Have the Highest Safety Ratings for 2021? – Automobile Accidents Legal Blogs Posted by Bryan J Chant, Esq.

Shopping for a new car can be very overwhelming considering the number of vehicles that are manufactured each year. When choosing which vehicle to buy, consumers consider a wide range of factors, from the make and model to the cost to the features that come equipped in the vehicle. For some consumers, cost is a key factor, whereas others want all the bells and whistles and are willing to pay for them. However, one factor that is a priority for most consumers is safety. They want to know that the car they are driving home is going to protect them

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