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Innovations in automotive technology are focusing on connections; both to other cars and the outside world. Connected cars could bring safety benefits, including lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control, blind spot warnings, and automatic braking. Connected cars can also enhance the driver experience with improved navigation systems and cars that can park -­ and eventually drive - themselves.

Global Automakers' members are committed to exploring ways to improve safety on our highways and believes connected cars have the potential to save thousands of lives each year.

Issues in Action

Feb
14
2017

Association of Global Automakers President and CEO John Bozzella provided a statement for the record to the House Energy and Commerce Committee Subcommittee on Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection hearing on Driverless Cars: Road to Deployment.

Jan
25
2017

On January 25, Global Automakers submitted a letter to North Dakota's House Industry, Business and Labor Committee in opposition House Bill 1394 which seeks to regulate data ownership in autonomous vehicles.  The letter details Global Automakers concers with the vague language of the bill.

Dec
13
2016

A coalition of automakers, highway safety advocates and intelligent transportation organizations welcome the release of the Department of Transportation’s notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) to establish an interoperable platform for Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) communications in new vehicles to provide safety and mobility benefits. 

Dec
06
2016

Statement from Damon Porter, Director of State Government Affairs 

Oct
21
2016
By John Bozzella, President and CEO

We‘re on a journey that should lead us to safer, more efficient and more inclusive transportation, thanks to connected and automated vehicle technologies.  And, we’ve come to a critical navigation point.

We’re on the verge of deploying technologies that could fundamentally change how we move people and goods.   But, as with other major technology-driven shifts, the focus often turns to the worst potential outcomes from these developments.  And, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing – unless it leads to bad public policy.

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