One minute – Active safety

New technology is enabling increasingly sophisticated active safety systems to be installed in heavy trucks. By helping drivers to prevent accidents, these systems are saving lives and making our roads safer for everyone.

Learn more about active safety systems in this episode of ‘One Minute’ – the mini series that covers interesting topics for all truck enthusiasts, and all within one minute.

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