Increasing automation of cars and trucks could affect road safety and there are security vulnerabilities that need to be addressed, says Tom Voege, policy analyst at the International Transport Forum.
Many people believe that the ultimate road safety feature that we will see is that of automation. The United Kingdom has already started trialing this new technology and in this latest entry into the Brake blog, Professor Nick Reed looks at how automation is currently being developed and the potential pitfalls it may face.
A quick reaction time makes a big difference. Aside from being an alert driver, a vehicle that is able to brake effectively can come to a complete stop in a shorter distance, helping to reduce incidents and ensure a higher level of safety. Here, mechanic Giles Kirkland explores how you can improve and maintain your vehicle's braking capabilities
Road safety is much more than the attitude of an individual driver or the infrastructure that is provided. When it comes to fleets it is also the responsibility of the firm to not only protect it's own staff who drive on the road but it is their responsibility to protect all road users. In the latest Brake Blog - Lewis Baker from Cheap Fleet looks at the benefits of using a fleet management system to protect it's staff and all road users.