by July 9, 2003 0 comments

Maniacal truck drivers who turn on the left indicator to take a “right” turn, tractors that shouldn’t be on the highway in the first place and yet, drive with impunity on the wrong side, bullock carts that appear out of nowhere like ghosts, not to mention small kids and animals that insist on crossing the road even when they see you approaching at 90 km/hr plus. The list of nightmares on Indian roads is quite a long affair. The good news is that Honda engineers have developed a radar based collision-mitigation system that’s being introduced in select models of its Inspire sedan. The system brakes the car lightly to warn the driver and tightens the seatbelts in anticipation of a crash whenever it detects an object at a predefined distance. Honda engineers plan to thus make driving safer and a guaranteed pleasure.

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