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ridig traffic get told i the u. s. brigig a ew focus o techology that ca help your car break o its ow to avoid a crash atioal highway traffic safety admiistratio ad the isurace istitute for highway safety are plaig to promote it at a meetig o friday gregor trasportatio editor tell why eve watchig how far they'll go traffic to the uited states are risig agai for several years they've bee followig the tred is goig i the wrog directio , ad both of these istitutios agecies , wat to see what collectio , they ca put i frot of the auto idustry , try to get automakers to to move faster to make collisio avoidace techology more widely available accordig to the atioal safety coucil there's bee a fourtee percet surge i fatal traffic accidet i the first half of this year some blame cheaper gas frighteig that have brought more drivers o the road were't docket whose berkshire hathaway ows geico auto isurace ad it had to rate isurace premiums to cope told the wallstreet joural it hecklig that distractig drivers but techology ca help , typically automatic breaks , systems that ca , aticipate the crash , aother car , automatically put o the brakes o the brakes really hard you waste a lot of huma drivers just do't do a lot of research that this sort of techology broadly applied could save thousads of lives traffic safety admiistratio had ot campaig to get drivers to pay more attetio to the road like this video oe youtube with early six millio view