I was very interested to read an Internet report recently that promises we will have zero-fatality cars within the next 10 to 20 years. Car companies will apparently employ computer simulations and virtual engineering to build safer cars and help reduce fatalities.  

The report goes on to explain that future vehicles will have active safety systems that slow the car as it follows curves in the road, and vehicle-to-vehicle communication that warns you about approaching traffic, meaning they will be much safer to drive. And there will be other safety features, such as road-sign recognition, pedestrian detection and autonomous car controls. 

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