New life-saving technologies for vehicles will have to be provided by May 2022.
The European Parliament has approved new rules that will make it obligatory for all new vehicles to be fitted with a wide range of advanced safety systems within three years.
They include intelligent speed assistance, alcohol breathalysers and driver drowsiness and attention warnings. Vehicles will also have to have emergency stop signals and black boxes that will record what went on in a vehicle directly before a crash.
The Fine Gael MEP Deirdre Clune, who is on the European Parliament’s Transport Committee explains
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