LONDON – The European Commission, the executive arm of the 15-member country European Union, is exploring a satellite-tracking scheme for motor vehicles throughout the EU. If adopted, every vehicle sold would be required to carry a "black box" that would transmit information such as its position, speed and direction to an orbiting satellite. The EC is arguing that this would make road-toll collection faster, easier and cheaper, as drivers could be billed automatically. ...
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