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NHTSA Close to Finalize Voluntary In-Vehicle Guidelines


The NHTSA announced the voluntary in-vehicle guidelines are almost finalized. The voluntary in-vehicle guidelines are aimed at helping drivers prevent distracted driving, and also give software developers and automakers ‘the opportunity to innovate.’ "The in-vehicle guidelines that we are very close to (releasing) are going to create a framework for safety. We're not so much concerned about the content — it is ...
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NHTSA Close to Finalize Voluntary In-Vehicle Guidelines
The NHTSA announced the voluntary in-vehicle guidelines are almost finalized. The voluntary in-vehicle guidelines are aimed at helping drivers prevent distracted driving, and also give software developers and automakers ‘the opportunity ...

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