New Technology Allows Cars to Communicate | Consumer Reports



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Vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communication systems can help keep roads safer by allowing cars to send and receive information about conditions on the road ahead. Consumer Reports tries out these new technologies at CES 2017.

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  1. Mark Allison
    Mark Allison says:

    How about some technology that either turns on or tells the driver to turn their damn headlights on. I see so many people driving in the evening with no lights on or daytime headlights and no tail lights. My car would be saying to the other car hey stupid turn your lights on.

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