Regulation: Australia proposes mandatory fitment of AEB on all new cars within two years

Policy & Regulation

Proposal to introduce an Australian Design Rule specifying regulatory need for car-to-car and pedestrian-detecting autonomous emergency braking systems on new vehicle models from July 2022

The Australian government has proposed mandatory fitment of autonomous emergency braking (AEB) on all new cars sold in Australia within two years, Motoring reported on 16 October.

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