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      Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB)

      Also known as: Collision Mitigation, Collision Avoidance, Brake Assist

      According to IIHS, systems with automatic braking reduce rear-end crashes by about 40 percent on average.

      Vehicles equipped with automatic emergency braking will:

      - Alert drivers of a dangerous situation using audio, visual, or haptic alarms (forward collision warning) 

      - Automatically apply the vehicle brakes when an imminent collision is detected (crash imminent braking)

      - Automatically increase braking if driver does initiate braking but with insufficient amount to avoid a collision (dynamic brake support)

      Learn more about the Continental technology that powers this function.

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