EU: 11 Car Safety Systems to Become Mandatory by 2021


EU Commission says autonomous emergency braking, lane-keep assistance and fatigue detection must feature on all new cars in three years

The European Commission has announced a fresh set of safety rules which will force all new cars to feature autonomous emergency braking, lane keeping assistance, reversing cameras and driver fatigue detection by 2021.

A total of 11 safety systems will become mandatory for new cars introduced to the market by that date. While details of all these systems are yet to be announced, it’s predicted they will save 7,300 lives and prevent 38,900 serious injuries between 2020 and 2030.

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