In the next five years, the use of electronic stability control (ESC) systems on new vehicles will be mandated at various levels in Europe, Canada, North America, Russia, Korea, Australia, Israel and Japan. In some countries the regulations will apply to certain categories of vehicle, but in other areas, like …
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