The front-to-rear crashes can be prevented by countermeasure which can be used effectively by proven Automatic emergency braking methods so that the estimated potential can be lived fully.
In the US, rear-end crashes were notified as high as per a report by Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The warning system that estimated forward-collision where drivers get warned by rear-end crashes are imminent if the potential collision is not responded by drivers where brakes may be automatic end up preventing 70% of front- to- rear crashes.
Automatic emergency braking proved to reduce the front impact crashes by 27% and rear-end crashes by 27-50% and also to claim the insurance rate for covering damage have been reduced. Even then there are various factors that could lead to diminishing technologies related to crash avoidance.
If the system is not been used by the drivers and the technology is turned off, then it contributes to creating one of the factors in the crash. If there are limitations in current sensing technology, there may be constraints on how well AEB (Automatic Emergency Braking) responds.
One of the benefits of AEB technology is that it is not a human-dependent technology, where it is activated only when it gets a signal from drivers but the severity of the crash can be eased out by an emergency brake system.
To issue warnings, trusting drivers, and warning criticality to be perceived prior to any experiences are some major factors that affect drivers responding to warning to forward collisions.