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Safety features are in line with those of rivals and some models come with a low-speed automatic braking system and adaptive cruise control which takes a lot of pain out of longrange motorway work.
Q+(TM) drum brakes: Built with cast and stamped spider options for improved reliability, the automatic braking system is available in 16 1/2-inch, 15-inch and 325-mm variants.
New technology within cars is always coming out but the brand new automatic braking system could have the same dramatic decrease in accidents that the seat belt did.
Safety equipment on all models includes a driver fatigue monitor, city safety crash protection while Mercedes is also making available an automatic braking system which works at speeds up to 120mph.
The model features nine airbags, automatic braking system, lane assistance, Adaptive cruise control, intelligent light assistance and traffic sign recognition.
He said the train line lacked a signal system that could have warned the dispatcher of a runaway train, and that although all trains are required to have automatic braking systems for runaways - called dead man switches - they only work when the train's locomotives are running.
The automatic braking system failed after landing at Shonai Airport, prompting the pilot to put on the brake manually, but most of the 40-meter-long body overran the runway, according to ANA.
The aircraft's automatic braking system then failed to adequately slow it down, leaving the pilot to apply the brakes manually, Xinhua said.