To help prevent collisions, Volvo is making its cars smart enough to detect people walking and riding bicycles. What do you think?
More on the Volvo blog.
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@cascadebicycle It’s all fun and games until it slams on the brakes… and someone behind them does not.
That is not the reaction I would want my car to have if a cyclist swerved in front of me. Maybe an audible noise or warning light. Especially in this instance when the car was not moving fast enough to overtake said cyclist.
You have to watch closely, but there a flashing light does trigger on the dash.
@cascadebicycle sends message that drivers need to take less, not more responsibility & give less, not more attention on road. Thumbs down.
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