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Does crash-avoidance technology really reduce accident rates?

There have been a lot of improvements that have been made when it comes to vehicle safety technology in recent years. Even still, data compiled by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) shows that car crash fatalities remain a serious concern. The federal agency's statistics show that nearly 40,000 Americans die in auto accidents each year. Many of these crashes aren't attributed to equipment malfunction, but instead driver error. NHTSA data shows that 10% of all automobile deaths can be blamed on distracted drivers.

Several new safety features have recently come out on the market aimed at making driving safer for both drivers and pedestrians. Some of the standout safety products include a forward collision warning indicator, automatic emergency braking systems and adaptive lighting.

Automobile manufacturers have even started equipping more of their cars with lane departure warning systems in recent years. This safety component alerts drivers when they begin to drift out of their lane without having activated their turn signal. There's also been lane-keeping technology that's been rolled out in recent years. it works by correcting the steering wheel, braking or accelerating to help motorists avoid a potential crash.

Backup cameras have surged in popularity in recent years. This technology allows a driver to view the area behind them as they're backing so that they don't collide with other vehicles and individuals. Blindspot protection systems that now come onboard most vehicles alert drivers if they're making potentially unsafe lane changes.

Driving isn't a spectator sport. Motorists must actively participate when operating a vehicle. This means that drivers must pay attention to other motorists and the actions that they take. All drivers must continue to work on improving their skills no matter how long they've been on the road. Accidents happen because motorists don't pay enough attention to what they're doing or continue to hone their craft.

You may be entitled to reimbursement of any medical costs or lost wages that you've incurred as well as damages for pain and suffering if you've been seriously hurt in a crash. A motor vehicle accidents attorney here in Brooklyn can evaluate your case and help you decide what the best course of action is for you to take based upon the unique circumstances of your case.

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