Murky Connected-Car Regime Won't Halt Auto Tech Push

By Linda Chiem (November 2, 2017, 9:37 PM EDT) -- A proposal requiring all new cars be able to "talk" to each other to avoid crashes may be shelved for now, but experts say automakers will continue to develop "V2V" technology with the expectation that the Trump administration will eventually advance a more flexible set of standards.

Reports this week indicate that the administration may abandon an Obama-era plan to establish a standard for V2V, or vehicle-to-vehicle, communication technology that would allow cars to connect to each other wirelessly to avoid crashes and mitigate traffic.

While such a move wouldn't surprise many given the President Donald Trump administration's deregulation push, the...

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