As far as possible, you remove all low hanging fruit from systems so as not to encourage opportunistic attackers. If they don't find simple things in the first hour or two reconnaissance of a site, the hope is they move along to find something more vulnerable to play with.
Then there's this: And Brexit is unlikely to save UK motorists from the arrival of these limiters.
That's because car manufacturers are not expected to approve models separately for the UK market and the UK's Vehicle Certification Agency - the designated Approval Authority and Technical Service for vehicles in the UK - has previously said it intends to mirror EU rules post-Brexit no matter the outcome.
Which tells you everything you need to know about the fantasy land of honey and unicorns post Brexit.
Usually **** wittery .... you can turn them off by depressing the accelerator harder. Estimated they'll save 25000 lives in 15 years. As usual the Mail gets hold of the stick and does not report the fact you can the bloody things off!