There have been incredible advancements in technology that are improving driver safety. For example, with telematics, we can connect a small fleet management device to the OBDII port of a vehicle and collect a great amount of data, such as GPS position, trip distance and time, speed and more, even seat belt usage. That data can be used to spot problem areas in driving behavior like speeding or harsh braking, and then correct them through coaching. With a buzzer or spoken alert, your car will tell you to stop speeding and slow down. Just imagine if everyone on the road was more tuned in to their driving, this would dramatically reduce accidents and injuries. Already and in the future assisted driving technology will have a profound impact on safety. By combining an array of sensors around the car and using machine learning computers to monitor the data, the car will prevent you from having an accident. This will reach us sooner than expected.