New EU speed limiter plans set to launch in UK this July attacked – ‘I feel betrayed’

EU: Speed limiters to be implemented from 2022

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Many have attacked the new driving law proposals which show the UK has achieved just “Brexit in name only”. The European Commission backed the new speed limiters to launch on all new cars sold in Europe from July.

According to AutoTrader, the UK is expected to adopt the new rules despite already leaving the EU.

They said the UK had already retained “most EU laws for new cars” as this helps standardise car manufacturing.

Express reader ‘Ridusofeu’ said: “No more EU regulations.

“We have left and should be discarding most of their laws and regulations, not adding to them.”

Another reader added: “It would be brilliant if the UK told the EU that we wouldn’t adopt it as that would massively increase their production costs.

“But Boris won’t be allowed to do that.”

Reader ‘nottavog’ said: “As a Brexiteer, I feel betrayed by this and many many other things.

“I am afraid our politicians hold us in the same contempt as EU politicians and may be little if at all better.”

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Peter Keen added: “Most people thought that Brexit meant independence from the EU.

“What they didn’t realise is that the degree of independence is [sewn] up in the ‘deal’.

“As long as this raft of compromises is in place, we have BRINO (Brexit in name only).”

Another added: “The whole idea is to make driving entirely unattractive.

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