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The National Safety Council is a national leader in transportation safety education and research, respectively.

What safety features are in your car? What can they do? What CAN’T they do? What’s the future for vehicle technology?

All important questions any responsible vehicle owner or user should be asking. We’re here to help.

The National Safety Council (NSC) is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate. For more than 100 years, the organization has focused on reducing fatalities and serious injuries from the workplace to anyplace. Over the years, we have been at the forefront of changes on our roadways and have recognized the opportunities and challenges that come with new lifesaving technologies in vehicles.

We are dedicated to leveraging our decades of experience to make sure that vehicle technologies are being used, used correctly and used with the greatest impact for safety. And we are committed to making sure that the development, regulation and adoption of new technologies are done with safety at the forefront.

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MyCarDoesWhat.org was initially developed with funding provided by the Toyota Safety Research and Education Program Settlement. MyCarDoesWhat.org is a resource owned and operated by the National Safety Council (NSC). Content, including all original research and safety campaign information, was developed independently by NSC with support from partners including the University of Iowa. All content, views and conclusions expressed have not been sponsored, approved or endorsed by Toyota or the plaintiff’s class counsel.