The Australasian New Car Assessment Program and the Australian Medical Assn. are launching a campaign to make new technology standard features in all new cars sold in the country, starting with autonomous emergency braking. The two organizations are calling on federal politicians to join them. AMA President Brian Owler says AEB technology saves lives. “If you avoid the crash, you avoid the trauma,” Owler says in a statement. The groups are unhappy that while AEB is standard on ...

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