NCL Public Policy Intern Melissa Cuddington contributed to this post.
In November 22, 2004, Automotive News, the publication that covers the auto industry, ran one of my favorite editorials of all time:
“All safety related devices should become standard equipment on all vehicles. No choice. It’s not an economic decision; it’s a moral decision. When the choice becomes profit vs. lives, the decision should be simple.”
September 5, 2017
December 11, 2015
Consumers received some pretty good news this week – 10 automakers will be installing automatic braking systems, representing 57 percent of the auto industry to do so. These systems, which will become standard equipment, use sensors to detect possible collisions. But, there is a catch.