WATCH: New car tech won't stop motorists from speeding - Vote

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New cars sold in Europe could be fitted with special devices to ensure drivers stick to the the speed limit. We asked readers whether this would work in SA.

Speeding is one of the most common causes of car crashes. Many automakers continue to develop technologies to improve driver safety and reduce crashes.

WATCH: EU plans speed-limiting tech for new cars

The EU has provisionally agreed to fit automatic-speed limiting devices on all new vehicles from 2022. Would this technology work in South Africa?

Unfortunately many readers (45%) believe that some motorists will find a way to bypass speed-limiters and 30% believe that the technology won't reduce SA's horrendous death toll. 

Check how our readers voted...

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