Mandatory speed limiters for all cars: Europe just agreed to change driving forever | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Mandatory speed limiters for all cars: Europe just agreed to change driving forever

The European Commission is onboard with new road-safety regulations that will mandate that vehicles are equipped with life-saving tech, which it says could have as much impact as laws forcing car makers to install seat belts.

The new laws would require auto-makers to equip new vehicles with cameras and sensors to control speed, assist drivers with lane keeping and reversing, and monitor drowsiness and distractions from smartphones.

The laws would also mandate that cars, vans, trucks and buses are equipped with an aircraft-like 'blackbox' to retain data about accidents after they occur.

Safety features covered under the proposal are already available in many luxury models from the likes of Tesla and BMW, but the rules would force manufacturers to include them in cheaper vehicles, too.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

But what happens when a quick acceleration is the only way out of a potentially deadly crash, and all these "safety features" cannot mitigate against it?!?

I am sorry, but the EU is setting itself up for being sued out of existence with enough class action lawsuits when humans need to act, and are forbidden to do this because of mandated technology.

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