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Club news: Touring reveals that driving assistance systems are gaining popularity


Publication date: 10 January 2016


Touring Club Belgium (TCB) recently released a survey showing the growing popularity of driver assistance systems in the Belgian automobile market. According to the survey, one in two newly registered vehicles in 2014 was equipped with a parking assistance system, making it the most common automated driver assistance service. Additionally, 25% of all new automobiles in 2014 had an emergency braking system installed. Other systems such as lane change assistance and fatigue detection software are also becoming more common. Road sign recognition and intelligent control of headlights, however, have not yet decisively entered the mass market and were present in only 6% and 8%, respectively, of newly registered vehicles.

 



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