“Today’s cars have advanced crash prevention breaking, intelligent heads-up displays and pre-crash alters, but customers still think the tech companies Apple and Google can do a better job, according to a survey by CarSafetyRules.com,” Daniel Berg reports for LAPTOP.
“The study asked 1,000 new car owners in the UK which brand would be most likely to develop technologies to best improve road safety,” Berg reports. “Apple took the lead, with 21 percent of the vote, with Google ranking a close second at 19.8 percent. Both beat Volvo, a brand widely known for high safety standards, which garnered 19.7 percent of user confidence.”
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