Samsung Safety Truck

Jun 23, 2015

Category: Rides

It’s not every day that you see a company really take interest in the safety of their long distance trucking, but Samsung has certainly one-upped safety with their new idea: the Samsung Safety Truck. The Samsung Safety Truck offers drivers that are driving behind it a full view of what’s in front of Samsung’s truck, making unsafe passing a thing of the past.

How does Samsung achieve this? The company has mounted cameras on the front of the truck and large screens on the rear to display the road ahead for drivers stuck behind their big rig. The view is aimed to help reduce the number of overtaking accidents that occur on one lane highways. Samsung is still in the testing phases of their new Safety Truck, and hope to carry out further tests to help make the truck comply with the appropriate road authorities.

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