BRUSSELS – The European Commission proposes a new regulation requiring that auto makers install automatic emergency-call systems on all new cars sold in the European Union after October 2015. The system automatically would call the European eCall emergency number 112 in case of a serious crash once the airbag system is activated.  The eCall service in turn would route calls to local emergency services in all 27 member states. “Thanks to eCall, emergency response time ...

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