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We’ve all joked about driverless cars in the future, but as we have witnessed, such innovations are quickly becoming a reality. Just like our cellphones, our cars are getting smarter too, with automakers introducing advanced safety features like blind spot monitoring, rear backup sensors, and even brake assist programs that are capable of stopping a vehicle in its tracks. Now vehicles are able to ‘communicate’ with one another, and if you live in Michigan, you could be eligible to test out just how smart these cars are.