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EU-rules of the road: Never more than 130 km/h

You are driving on the highway and is just pulled to the left to make a move. the Accelerator is given an extra push, for you will fast forward. But when you

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EU-rules of the road: Never more than 130 km/h

You are driving on the highway and is just pulled to the left to make a move.

the Accelerator is given an extra push, for you will fast forward. But when you rounds of 130 km/h., activate the built-in fartkontrol in your car.

First warns a female robotstemme you that you are exceeding the speed limit, and so begins the infotainment screen to beep and blink. Eventually takes a computer control and forcing the car back on the 130 km/h.

How can the future look like for drivers in the whole of Europe – may already be in 2022.

on Friday approved a committee in the European Parliament a proposal for mandatory speed limit in all new cars. It writes Auto Express.

This means that the motion now be put to the vote of the elected representatives in the European Parliament. The vote is expected to take place in march.

the proposal is approved, all new cars sold in the EU from 2022 have built-in fartkontrol, called Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA).

Of the account to ’public acceptance in the replication phase’, the system will to begin with include a feature to disconnect the fartkontrollen – a formulation that harfået more to suspect that the committee, in order to have tighter rules in mind in the long run.

instead, you will receive a warning – either from a computerstemme or on a screen – when several seconds has violated the speed limits on that stretch.

At the vote in march, members of the European Parliament will also consider other initiatives, that aim to increase the safety of drivers, writes Autocar.

the Package to a vote, contains among other things a proposal on the legal requirements on automatic emergency brakes (AEB), vejbaneassistent, træthedsassistent and built-in alkometer. Several of the technologies are already standard in new car models, but not as requirements.

the Introduction of new safety standards for passenger cars will reduce the number of collisions in traffic by 30 percent and save about 25,000 lives a year, the european UNION estimates committee.

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