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  • The Center for Truck and Bus Safety studied carrier crash data from DOT and (14) participating commercial fleets to study the effectiveness of on-board safety systems (OBSS) in reducing or preventing collisions. Today's modern trucks commonly feature one or more of OBSSs to help the driver mitigate or avoid a crash. Examples of commonly deployed OBSSs for CMVs include electronic stability control (ESC), roll stability control (RSC), lane departure warning (LDW), blind spot warning (BSW), forward collision warning (FCW), adaptive cruise control (ACC), and collision mitigation braking systems (CMBS). In-service effectiveness assessment of these systems is of significant importance to FMCSA, U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT), fleets, safety advocacy groups and other industry stakeholders. This study not only augments the

    Dec 17,
    - by Michael

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