The age of self-driving cars hasn't arrived quite yet, but autonomous vehicles are no longer the science-fiction fantasies of just a decade ago. And many new cars, SUVs and trucks today are already equipped with cameras, proximity sensors, auto-braking systems and other sophisticated monitoring and safety features that help counter the main cause of of traffic accidents – human error.
If you'd like to see the latest in auto technology, the Cincinnati Auto Expo, featuring over 400 vehicles, starts Wednesday. Held at the Duke Energy Convention Center, the Auto Expo runs through February 10.
Joining Cincinnati Edition for a preview of the expo is Greater Cincinnati Automobile Dealers Association Executive Vice President, Charlie Howard.
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