Car speed limiters may be scrapped to avoid European Union 'mentality', Rees-Mogg says

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Other proposals include gently pushing the driver’s foot back when on the pedal, using audio or visual signals to alert the driver or by having the pedal vibrate to notify the driver they are going over the speed limit.

Previously, many manufacturing plans and rules from the European Union had been adopted in the UK for the sake of ease when it comes to importing and exporting goods.

Matthew Avery, director of research at Thatcham Research, said: “Many drivers want to remain safe and drive within the law, however changing from one speed limit to another can be difficult and distracting.

“In this respect, Intelligent Speed Assistance  systems help to not only keep drivers safe but also legal.



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