General Motors says it and its research partners recently tried to find out how non-driving activities influence driver behaviour in self-steering, semi-autonomous vehicles. One key finding is that driver attentiveness can be improved through advanced driver assistance and safety features.
The GM study examined the demands on the driver’s …
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