New vehicle safety systems, such as autonomous emergency braking, are being switched off by drivers, new research suggests.
An increase in the number of company cars fitted with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) means fleets need to reassess repair strategies, says Epyx.
The vote by the full parliament follows a provisional deal reached by the EU institutions last month.
A range of new vehicle safety features, to be fitted as standard on all new cars, vans, lorries and buses sold in Europe from 2022, moved a step closer after a provisional EU deal was reached in Strasbourg.
By Antonio Avenoso, executive director of the European Transport Safety Council (ETSC)
The measures include mandatory installation of Automated Emergency Braking as well as a new direct vision standard for lorries.
National Windscreens has supported 14 more technicians as they qualify to national ADAS calibration industry standards at fitting centres in Scotland and Cumbria.
The Transport Committee at the European Parliament has voted in support of a wide-ranging package of new vehicle safety measures.
Autoglass hits back after Volvo recommends fleets use its technicians and windscreens to maintain vehicle safety standards.
The European Transport Safety Council (ETSC) has launched a new social media campaign to support the introduction of future EU vehicle safety standards.
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