Testing reveals AEB is better at spotting stationary vehicles, but speed poses challenges.
AAA released the results of its testing of Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) systems that are touted as lifesaving, crash-preventing tech, that is included as standard equipment in most new cars sold in the United States. Over the years, AEB has successfully stemmed rear-end crashes, which often result in injuries, property damage, and even fatalities. But AAA wanted to know if the latest generation of AEB can handle higher speeds and detect moving vehicles in its path at intersections. It struggled with the former and failed with the