"But what if, after you survived the wreck, that same technology turned
tattle-tale, and divulged to police or the insurance company that you were
speeding or driving recklessly?
That's one dilemma confronting consumers, auto makers, safety regulators
and medical professionals as they sort out the potential rewards and risks
of increasingly sophisticated "telematics" technology available in new
Well, just *maybe*, it might inspire more people to drive like they have
something resembling brain matter in their skulls...?
It's one thing if you're going, say, 5 mph over the limit - you can get
that happen from a good gust of wind, and it's seldom fussed over. But in
cases where you get these idiots going 60mph in a 35mph residential zone
... well, sorry, but I have no sympathy for them. There have to be some
sort of limits on the degree to which everyone else is supposed to pay for
someone' recklessness or deliberately-stupid actions.
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