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Toyota City, Japan, August 28, 2017―Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has announced plans to expand adoption of #safety support technologies to further reduce the rate of collisions and announced an expansion of #safety awareness activities for customers.
Toyota performed independent calculations based on accident data from the Institute for Traffic Accident Research and Data Analysis (ITARDA) and determined that vehicles equipped with the #toyota #safety Sense package experience a approximately 50% reduction in rear-end collisions compared to vehicles without the #safety package, while vehicles with both the #toyotasafetysensep package and ICS (Intelligent Clearance Sonar) experience an approximately 90% reduction compared to vehicles without either feature. Vehicles equipped with #toyotasafetysensep and ICS are classified in the "wide" #safety Support Car S (or Sapo Car S) category, are recommended particularly for older drivers, and adhere to the #safety Support Car recommendation of a public-private partnership that includes the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)3. #toyota will increase vehicles equipped with #toyota #safety Sense and ICS, which have proven #safety enhancement effects, to approximately 90% of all vehicles sold, including compact cars, by the end of FY2018.
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