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Different directions for car companies MULTINATIONAL car manufacturer Toyota is introducing a whole suite of active safety content for its vehicles, including cameras, motion detectors and radar apparatus that will cost an additional $300 for its small cars and $500 for its mid-size and Lexus-branded vehicles. Meanwhile, rival automaker Ford’s vehicle production was down roughly […]
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