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Every. Single. Car.


Telegraph Every new car built [in the EU] after May 2022 will be fitted with anti-speeding devices to alert drivers when they break legal limits, as well as in-built breathalysers to cut out engines when drink drivers get behind the wheel.

New vehicles will need to have an Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) limiter as standard after the European Parliament agreed on new rules in Strasbourg on Tuesday.

Your own car will now be spying on you. And if it thinks you are drunk, it won't let you drive.

This entry was published Tue Apr 09 07:47:19 CDT 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-04-09 07:47:19.0. [Tweet]

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