12. Despite the fact that antilock brakes are designed to make driving safer, research suggests that peoople who drive cars equipped with antilock brakes have more accidents than those who drive cars not equipped with antilock brakes.
Each of the following, if true would help resolve the apparent discrepancy described abvove EXCEPT:
c. antilock brakes require expensive specialized maintenance to be even as effective as unmaintained regular brakes.
e. antilock brakes were designed for safety in congested urban driving, but accidents of the most serious nature take place on highways.
i had chosen c. for some reason it didn't make sense to me that antilock brakes are suppose to be more safer but even after maintenance tey are only as effective as unmaininted regular brakes... maybe i misunderstood this choice.
but why e??? that i don't get at all