Europe will make emergency brakes and intelligent speed stabilizers mandatory for companies



The European Commission, in cooperation with the European Union (EU), has unveiled a future plan for standard vehicle specifications.


The plan, which will come into force in 2022, aims to improve safety for passengers, pedestrians and riders by focusing on technology, including techniques such as intelligent cruise control, emergency brakes, track maintenance, track and parking, and the plan also examines the improvement of safety belts and the trunk system. Black to save car data and perform it for review when accidents occur.


The European Commission says the proposed regulations could help prevent more than 25,000 deaths and at least 140,000 serious injuries by 2038. By 2050, it aims to reach nearly zero deaths and serious injuries.


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