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I've yet to devise a gizmo that will accurately determine
the driver ahead of me is driving distracted and shut
(detonate?) his cell phone.
Why not put it to a vote?
The cell towers can determine which cell phone signal is
leading the line of cars, if that phone is on a call
texting, and which
cell signals are following him. Speed can also be
If five following drivers text a particular word to a
number the tower computer will disable the lead cell
||/ text a particular word /
||Not only drivers. Co-passengers on the train can be a nuisance as well. And could we also disable their MP3 players, please?
||[+] like the safety aspect. I think this should become part of mobile OS systems. There's an app for everything, but should be embedded and stipulated by law.
||Just a few more years and self-driving cars will eliminate this
||Send through the OnStar system, so that the cars ahead can
be immobilized. Then we can create total gridlock,
everyone desperately spamming out the stop codes to make
sure that if they can't move, neither can anyone else.
||// Send through the OnStar system, so that the cars ahead
can be immobilized //
||The idea was geared specifically towards the cell phone only.
Distracted drivers who are thoughtlessly slowing down the
entire pack could have their phones disabled by the cell
tower, forcing them to wake up, look around, speed up or
||So, you're proposing to deal with distracted drivers
by requiring five more drivers to become distracted
||Motorists who are regularly victims of distracted driving could
have the send code/number pre-programmed. Quick, but not