In the near future, all new cars,sold on the territory of the European Union, will be equipped with special equipment. The task of such technology is to increase the safety of the driver, passengers, and other road users.
Inside the car without fail will begininstall surveillance cameras that track driver status. Flight recorders, the so-called “black boxes” will also appear. With their help, in the event of a traffic accident, the causes of the incident will be established very accurately. Also, various computer-assisted driver assistance systems will become necessary: for keeping the car on its lane, automatic braking, and so on.
The listed equipment list is all countriesThe European Union must approve at the beginning of the coming autumn. If everything goes well, after 3 years, the new rules will apply to all new passenger cars. The European Commission believes that, thanks to innovations, by 2038, about 25,000 lives will be saved and 140,000 serious injuries prevented.