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Main theme: We discuss AAA’s recent study on the reliability of pedestrian detection systems. The auto group says these advanced safety systems are valuable and hold promise for consumers, but the technology still has a ways to go.
Driven this week: 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor
Should I trust my mechanic or the owner’s manual when it comes to changing brake fluid?
After puncturing a tire, should I replace just the one tire, or two?
What are CR’s opinions on the 2019 Chevrolet Blazer?
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• Lincoln Aviator, episode 221
• Audience Questions, episode 220
• Audi A6, episode 219
• Subaru Legacy, Emission Standards, episode 218
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