By Tim Castle LONDON, Dec 30 (Reuters) - Cars should be fitted with devices to regulate their speed to cut fatal accidents by a quarter, a government advisory body said on Tuesday. The Commission for Integrated Transport and the Motorists' Forum said the voluntary use of so-called intelligent speed adaption would cut 40,000 road deaths over a 60-year period. The proposed system would automatically slow the engine and apply the brakes to keep a car within local speed limits, although ...
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