GM, feds to test crash-avoidance systems in real world

Stoffer, Harry
June 1999
Automotive News;06/28/99, Vol. 73 Issue 5826, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that General Motors Corp. and the United States Department of Transportation have agreed to spend $35 million to test the ability of technology to prevent crashes. Terms under the plan; Comments by senior GM research engineer Ronald Colgin; Main purpose of the research; Existence of the components of crash-avoidance technology.


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