PARIS – The French National Council for Road Safety (CNSR) wants speed limiters to be standardized in automobiles, and plans to recommend that the government require young drivers to have the feature in their cars. Cruise control and speed limiters usually are offered as options in Europe, except on high-end cars. The former keeps speed at a certain level, and the latter signals the driver when a pre-set speed is surpassed. Transport Minister Gilles de Robien says he is in favor of ...

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