Overwhelming support for the new in-vehicle system as it is put to a final vote, but concerns over data protection remain.
Despite lingering data protection concerns, MEPs in the Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee green light the emergency alert system for cars across Europe.
With its potential to save 2,500 lives each year, MEPs Sehnalová and Vălean debate the pros and cons of the eCall in-car emergency alert and address fears of data misuse.
It could be a life-saver, reducing the number of fatal road accidents each year, but before eCall is fitted to all new cars, old operating systems must be overhauled.
It's a resounding yes in plenary for the accident and emergency alert system and for tobacco reforms. First though, Miloš Zeman paints a picture of an ideal Europe.
While seed regulation is kicked to the curb, rules on package travel and an ecall car safety system are approved by MEPs.
Parliament Committees champion saving 2,500 lives a year by having new cars equipped with e-Call, a system that automatically calls the nearest emergency centre.
Next week, EP committees will be busy discussing rating agency reform, ACTA, a proposed automatic emergency call service and projects to improve animal welfare.