Automatic braking systems that will soon be standard on all U.S. vehicles are not guaranteed to bring cars to a full stop, according to new testing conducted by the AAA Auto Club.

The Heathrow, Florida-based organization found in a test of five 2016 model-year vehicles equipped with automatic emergency braking systems that self-braking systems that are designed to prevent crashes reduce the speed of cars by 79 percent, while automatic braking systems that are intended to lessen the impact of accidents only slow cars by 40 percent.

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Study Indicates That Automatic Braking Systems Only Works 40% Of The Time

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