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October 03, 2013

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Alexandra LeMay

This sounds intriguing but I'm concerned about a computer glitch turning this dreamy smart brake scenario into a nightmare. Smart brakes are only smart when they work. My brother is a car mechanic and his mantra is to keep it simple.

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