May 24, 2024

The nanny state is at it again. If California hasn’t already driven away enough normal people, this next law may finish the job. Imagine driving 65 mph in a 55 mph zone, and your car rats you out. And then you receive an email issuing you a ticket for speeding. It’s like having a red light camera right inside your car. That could happen in California if crazy lawmakers have their way.

New cars in socialist Europe now rat on their own when they speed. California wants to require new cars to do the same. So how does that affect Nevada? Usually, when the largest market in the country, like California, requires a large company to do something, it ends up being part of every product sold in the country.

California emissions laws end up on every car in the country. When Gov. Newsom announced California was banning new gas-powered cars in 10 years, major automakers soon followed with their own announcement to phase out fossil-fuel vehicles.

New cars beep at drivers if their seat belt isn’t fastened. A bill in the California Legislature, which passed in the state Senate on Tuesday, would require all new cars sold in the state by 2032 to beep at drivers when they exceed the speed limit by at least 10 mph. But many lawmakers are pushing for new cars to actually report speeders to law enforcement and fine them.

The technology, intelligent speed assistance, uses GPS to track a vehicle’s speed, comparing it to speed limits in databases. When your car goes 10 mph (16 kph) over the speed limit, the AI will signal you with a warning.

And the Biden National Transportation Safety Board recommended federal regulators require all new cars to alert drivers when speeding.

And Nevada Dems usually copy crazy laws here in Nevada. Something to think about when you vote this year.

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