Braking for heavy and medium-duty trucks is advancing in several interesting directions at once.
The march of progress is continual in the automatic emergency braking sector. Automakers’ progress is running ahead of earlier promises.
What kinds of braking priorities are on the minds of commercial fleet owners today?
The mainstreaming of automatic emergency braking is an ongoing process, affecting commercial and consumer markets, and encompassing vehicles of all types.
A variety of parts and brands were affected by recent recalls – from 50 vehicles to over 50,000, these brake problems run the gamut.
In a further update to the standardization of automatic braking, these features could potentially become part of the the 5-star crash safety rating.
Braking issues can strike anywhere – even in the high-performance world of Formula 1 racing. Drivers are reporting overheating brakes.
The world of braking is going through major changes as automation ramps up and new standards emerge.
There are a host of problems that can lead to costly and dangerous brake assistance faults. Here are just a few recent examples.
Hyundai instituted a recent brake recall affecting, over 30,000 cars.