NHTSA says no to EV driver-selectable pedestrian sounds

New rules require electric cars and hybrids to emit warning sounds at low speeds, but federal regulators won’t let drivers choose their own sounds. The rules were created to address the lack of engine noise in so-called “quiet cars,” mandating alternative artificial sounds at speeds below 18.6 mph to make these cars easier for pedestrians…

Source: Green Car Reports

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