‘Flick of a Switch’ to Override Speed Limiter

The effectiveness of new anti-speeding technology to be trialed in New South Wales has been questioned, because drivers will be able to override the system. Forty of the Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA) units will be trialled on Wollongong roads next month and the State Government says that one day it could be a standard feature in all cars. But New South Wales Roads Minister Michael Daley says motorists will be able to override the system

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