How Cars Communicate With One Another | Consumer Reports

How Cars Communicate With One Another | Consumer Reports 1

Technology is allowing more and more vehicles to communicate with each other on the roadways. Consumer Reports’ expert explains what V2X is and how it works.

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9 Comments on "How Cars Communicate With One Another | Consumer Reports"

  1. Stefan Johansson | June 10, 2020 at 7:26 AM | Reply

    Progress ! Great work #Saltlakecity

  2. Alexander Damjanovich | June 10, 2020 at 7:50 AM | Reply

    Available in consumer vehicles?

  3. And who is liable when deaths, maiming and destruction results from a human problem in software, hardware and 1984….

  4. LittleGojira | June 10, 2020 at 8:20 AM | Reply

    what does this have to do with Y2K?

  5. And I hope it all integrates with Waze or something else in our phones so the rest of us can benefit without having to buy a new car.

  6. The LAST thing we want is for cars to basically be REMOTE CONTROLLED!!! LOOK AT WHAT HAPPENED TO MICHAEL HASTINGS!!!

  7. Mudisuda Raman | June 10, 2020 at 11:01 AM | Reply

    Hope someday humans can communicate this well, when it comes to ironing out differences that lead to anti-social behavior.

  8. Carlos Ramos | June 10, 2020 at 5:24 PM | Reply

    I have a question for consumers what’s the best diabetic socks out there do you test

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