If your car has seen any safety technology implemented in the last few decades (i.e. your car was built after around 1985), there is one important thing you should do and it’s stated bluntly by the title of this article: Car Safety: Thank a Rich Guy.
You'll have to work pretty hard to crash the newest Lexus.
The company's flagship sedan arrives in the fall with a "pre-collision system" that hits the brakes for you if it senses an impending frontal impact at speeds under 30 mph. Those who've driven it are impressed .
And those shelling out north of $60,000 for a new LS460 are likely to be happy to buy this cutting-edge feature. But should every car have the same kind of technology? Continue Reading