http://www.cnbc.com/id/41239280/New_Smart_Car_Technology_Will_Prevent_Crashes http://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...ze-up-to-80-percent-of-crashes-139798693.html It seem like all the big car makers are all on board for placing some form of tech on all there cars and trucks by 2020 that well brake you car / truck if it senses a crash. That will warn drivers that they are drifting into another lane. See the list below. If and that's a big if even they says everyone's on board it s may just stop most death and motorcycle crashs because 75% of them are car drivers faults. Even if it cuts down on them 25% its going to save lives. If it happens I jump for joy but whom knows if it going to . No more people turning into your bike. Till then it's Kind of like The perfect line and other riding myths. Intersection assist. When you approach an intersection, it alerts you if another vehicle is traveling at such a speed on a cross street that it could run a red light or stop sign and hit your car in the side. This helps prevent common and often fatal T-bone accidents. Left-turn assist. When in an intersection, it alerts you if there's not enough time to make a left-hand turn because of oncoming vehicles. This can keep you from turning even when you can't see the oncoming car. Do-not-pass warning. When driving on a two-lane road, the system warns you when a vehicle coming in the opposite direction makes it unsafe to pass a slower-moving vehicle Advance warning of a vehicle braking ahead. The system emits an alert when a vehicle that's two or more cars ahead in the same lane—and possibly out of sight—hits the brakes unexpectedly. This can help prevent a rear-end collision when you're caught by surprise. Forward-collision warning. A warning will sound if the system detects that you're traveling at a speed that could cause you to hit a slower-moving vehicle in the rear. It will also give you advance warning of a stopped vehicle in your lane that you may not see because of a vehicle in front of you or because it's around a bend in the road. Blind-spot/lane-change warning. When traveling on a multilane road, this illuminates a warning light when a car is positioned in your blind spot. It also emits a loud beep if you activate your turn signal when it's unsafe to change lanes. V2X is more accurate than current blind-spot monitoring systems that use cameras or radar and can even warn you of a car that's accelerating into your blind zone, which conventional systems can't do.