Mandatory plan for auto braking

Australian government signs on to AEB standard for early 2020s

Australia is set to make autonomous emergency braking (AEB) a mandatory safety feature for all new passenger vehicles by the early 2020s.

Currently a voluntary fitment for car companies, but required if a vehicle is to achieve the much-desired five-star ANCAP safety rating, AEB is these days regarded as a critical driver aid for avoiding accidents, injury and loss of life.

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