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Danislav Drašković ,
Danislav Drašković
Savan Tanasić
Savan Tanasić


: One of the most significant technologies for improvement vehicle’s active safety is automatic vehicle stability control. The primary function of this technology is to assist the driver in maintaining control of the vehicle during sudden maneuvers or adverse weather conditions. This technology detects drivers steering input and compares it with true attitude of the vehicle and, depending on de tected difference, activates braking system and regulates engine power to compensate for eventual difference. The automatic vehicle stability control has been highly effective in preventing single-vehicle crashes. The future studies with more data may even find reduction in some types of multiple-vehicle crashes. This paper deals with the basic characteristics of automatic vehicle stability control and its effects.


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