New EU driving laws expected to launch in UK attacked as ‘dangerous’ – ‘Boris get a grip’

New EU driving laws expected to launch in UK attacked as ‘dangerous’ – ‘Boris get a grip’


EU: Speed limiters to be implemented from 2022

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This is because manufacturers often push for parity to allow for seamless trade between the EU.

However, some readers were perplexed as to why the UK would adopt the new EU rule at all.

Express reader Citizen51 said: “What the hell are we doing following EU Law… no no no … this IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.”

Reader Backagain added: “Wake up Johnson, enough of taking nonsense rules and regulations from the EU, we LEFT remember!!!”

The new technology would use sign recognition cameras and GPS data to determine local speed limits.

Drivers would then be issued visual and audio warnings if they break limits but the technology could soon be capable of cutting engine power.

News of the tool has also been attacked by readers on safety grounds.

Some drivers warned the new rules would lead to road safety concerns with “accidents begging to happen”.

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Countryman003 said: “How pathetic.[Firstly] were out of EU so why we following their rules still.

“Secondly if a driver overtakes and you suddenly cut its speed part way through the manouver how dangerous is that. (sic)

“You could be caught between lorries and no speed to get away in front to safety.

“Same on a normal road if your overtaking a car and you suddenly cut the speed then that could be a head on crash.” (sic)

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