Do you think speeding will be possible in the future? When all cars are part of a network, all data from the cars shared and cars are primarily self driving, will society accept the possibility of speeding? As a freedom lover I am not particularly thrilled about the idea of never being able to go faster than the legal speed limit, but in all honesty - it is a freedom I love to have myself but would not mind seeing other not having to increase the safety on the roads. Statistics are crystal clear - reducing speed dramatically reduces traffic fatalities. I think a lot of countries will opt to stop the possibility of speeding, weighing the interests of individual freedom against saving lives. This could be done either by technically preventing speeding or by fines being "autoissued" when you exceed speed limits, since all data of your driving will be available. On the positive side, I still think network and self driving will mean faster transportation anyway and the vastly improved safety may even allow higher speed limits. Self driving cars in a network should theoretically be able to go 100 mph with only a few meters between them on the highway without any major safety concerns. Human drivers wanting to speed may have to go to closed off racing circuits. What do you think?