The EU just passed a new law. Starting 2022 all new cars within the EU will have to be fitted with automatic braking device run from GPS tracking devices. It looks like I won't be getting a new car when my current one dies.
Brent here is a simple answer, move to the far right lane. We don't need the government to install more devices for our own protection. I don't need or want a Nanny State. By the way, I am one of those that drives 100 MPH. Of course not many folks on my stretch of the highways. Last ticket, 1984. So I am incredibly lucky or there are times when speeding does not risk others.We have a govener on one of the work vans. Won’t go over 70. In theory I think all vehicles should have them, and if all did it would make driving safer. In the real world, driving around Atlanta at 70 is dangerous. Cars are jostling around you trying to speed past. Seriously, driving much slower than the flow of traffic is as dangerous as driving much faster than it.
Driving through Atlanta can cause ptsd . Bumper to bumper at 80 or bumper to bumper at 15 mph .Yep I quickly learned that when I moved to Atlanta in the 70s. Going the speed limit is a good way to cause an accident. Unless you are in one of the perpetual traffic jams, like downtown on 75/85, or heading north towards Marietta on 75.
What about the Autobahn, Karloshi?
True, but if it's connected in to the government monitoring systems it will show a "tamper" fault. Then you'd be visited by an armed speed limit cop. Or the VDR could be programmed to disable the vehicle if the device was tampered with.It can be disabled by the driver.