New Car Models Sold in the EU Will Soon Record Driving Data


New car models sold in the EU from mid-2022 will be required by law to record driving data that can be viewed in the event of an accident.

New car models, as well as any other road vehicle, sold in the EU from mid-2022 will be required to record technical data, such as the direction of the steering wheel and vehicle speed, so that it can be used in the event of a crash.

The new rule will coincide with the forced introduction of Intelligent Speed Assistance (ISA) systems for new vehicle models next year.

However, the EU has clarified on the Commission’s official website that any implemented system must not be able to actually prevent a driver from breaking the speed limit.

They have another CONTROL FEATURE FOR THAT -

Europe Is A Year Away From Mandating Speed-Limiting Car Features

How might these control-features be used for evil?