Speed spies 'in half of all cars by 2020
Date published: 20th May 2014
Drivers will have to install ‘spy in the car’ tracking devices within the next decade or face being refused insurance, experts warned yesterday.
Black box-style systems have already been fitted in many vehicles to monitor the number of journeys made, the time of day and driving behaviour such as speed and braking.
The technology, known as telematics, will have to be included as standard to all new cars under EU regulations from October next year to help emergency services find crashed vehicles.
Insurers urged motorists with older vehicles to fit them voluntarily because they make premiums cheaper for safer drivers.To continue reading click here