Yes, all cars ecxept "special" ones (police, swat, etc.)
I don't know
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I used to have an Escort GT. I made the mistake of moving to a snowy area.
I had to go down the highway to another town early in the morning so I was driving very slow.
As the sun was coming up, it was snowy that morning, I saw people in the center of the highway sitting on their upside down SUV waiting for tow trucks to get there.
I thought it was funny as hell.
I think this is already done on some cars in the EU area.
Speed controls should not be included in cars unless part of an overall automatic driving system, IMO - what if you can't go faster than 80 while a car without speed controls is attempting to run you off the road for some mad reason? Granted it's really unlikely, but...
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Even though I am a great believer in keeping to the speed limits and enforcing this with speed camera's and police, I do not believe that the state should have the right to do such a thing. There is a difference between enforcing the law and becoming a nanny-state/dictatorial state. If people want to voluntarily limit their car to 10 miles above the legal speed limit so that they can profit from a reduction in insurance costs, sure, no problem with that. But if someone wants to have a fast car so that he can race on track days, has a great piece of private road where he can speed all he wants or has an emergency in which he wants to get to somewhere just a bit faster (hospital, home in case of an injury of a loved one)? Who are we to limit his speed? Simply put, we don't, the government should not interfere with such minute details of a persons life.
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No. There should not be a limit. I believe in personal responsibility.
Some have stated the limit would aid in making it safer. I believe the opposite. There are times when added speed is a good thing. Think of passing a vehicle going slightly slower than you on a two lane road. The road is clear as you pull out to start your pass. Then as you get even with the car your passing, someone pulls out into the lane your in from a side road. You can continue to pass or lock up the tires. It may not be the best example, but there are times when extra speed comes into play to aid in safety.