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Should cars have set electronic speed limits?
Cars should have electronic speed limits.
There is no situation in which a higher speed would be legally permissible anyway.
Car crashes are a leading source of death. Electronic speed limits would help mitigate this.
The technology to enable this is already
widely available and will be easy to implement
in most developed countries.
Electronic speed limits, in the long run, would lead to cost savings.
Drivers would appreciate this as it would help them to drive within the limitations imposed by the law.
This would disable the ability of someone who needs to break the speed limit in an emergency situation.
Speed limits vary between countries. This reduces the useability of cars.
Drivers could still drive at a speed excessive for the weather/road conditions but within the legal speed limit for that road.
Some countries do not have speed limits on all roads.
Electronic speed limits are easy to disable or bypass.
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