NHTSA to Require New Vehicles with Electronic Stability Control 

NHTSA to Require New Vehicles with Electronic Stability Control

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To further reduce traffic deaths, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that they will make a preliminary regulation requiring automakers to equip their new vehicles with electronic stability control (ESC) as a standard component.

ESC systems improve the vehicle's handling in situations such as when the driver loses control of the vehicle. ESC made a significant role in reducing vehicle crashes by more than 40 percent and fatal accidents by 56 percent, according to a recent study conducted by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). Some of today’s leading automakers like Ford, GM, and Chrysler had already plans to equip their vehicle models with ESC as a standard safety feature.

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