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From self-driving technologies to aftermarket enhancements and smart mobility, the state of vehicle technology is rapidly evolving.
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The Vehicle Technology Division of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)® works to ensure a level playing field of aftermarket products and combat regulatory efforts to limit the use of new devices in vehicles.