Over the past year, Stop the Crash, a multinational partnership headed by Global NCAP, has been holding events to promote and advocate the use of crash avoidance technologies – first in Brazil, then in Chile. Next month, the showcase event comes to Malaysia for its third stop and its first in ASEAN, specifically at the Sepang International Circuit.

Open to the public on November 30, the Stop the Crash event will include live demonstrations of four key technologies, including electronic stability control (ESC), autonomous emergency braking (AEB), blind spot monitoring and ABS for motorcycles. There will also be a demonstration on tyre safety.

Supported by ASEAN NCAP, the event is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, and entrance is free. Advanced registration is recommended, as walk-in attendees may have to queue to enter; click here to register.