The Future Of Safety For Cars

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The Future of Safety for Cars 1.2 million People are killed on the world’s roads every year. In America alone, 33,000 people are killed each year (Urmson). There have been a tremendous amount of car accidents which occur in the United States, these accidents may result in injuries and sometimes serious enough that the people aren’t walking away from them, automakers are doing enough to increase safety for the future of cars. In the past not every car had the top of the line safety as they do today. Many problems had contributed to accidents, some involving safety issues. These accidents were caused by reckless driving, speeding, collisions and the lack of safety implications in cars, these examples were a very big problem back in the day. Car manufacturers have been facing an ongoing battle with car safety. Laws and regulations were being put in place by early 1800’s, one of the first regulations was the speed limit. After regulations were put on speed limits accidents were still occurring at a very high rate. The NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) started to implement and enforce safety regulations and equipment that was required for automotive vehicles to have. Although the NHTSA wasn’t established until 1970, prior to being established this administration worked under the United States Department of Transportation. The NHTSA wasn’t taking any of these safety problems as a joke they changed everything for safety reasons headlights were not put into
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