The question is not "if, but when!"

The front brake light should be recognised as a complementary, cost-effective and easy-to-implement measure to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries in road traffic by reducing the number of collisions, the consequences of accidents and stress - not least, a real reduction in risk to pedestrians.

Given that a front brake light would even meet the stringent requirements set by the European Parliament to make driver assistance systems mandatory, it must therefore be possible to introduce such a system as a 'softer means' on a voluntary basis.

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