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How does motorbike stability control work?

While stability control has been mandated in all new cars in Europe since 2014, motorcyclists have had to wait, despite being far less stable than cars. Many motorbike models still don’t even have antilock brakes, let alone other technology that

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Technologies to make driving safer

In the lead up to fully self-driving cars, the car makers are including more and more technology that helps prevent accidents. This article demonstrates a few of them: Handling improvements The two biggest improvements in handling are to do with

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NZ mandates electronic stability control on all cars – will this affect what you can buy?

Electronic stability control (ESC) is an electronic safety system that detect if your car is skidding. By selectively applying the brakes in varying forces individually on each wheel it helps the driver regain control. It’s so good that it’s estimated

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