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spy mode

press button and car drives movie-spy style.
 
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One button could adjust suspension, braking, etc. as well as driver response time, dulling it just enough to force the driver to experience close call after close call. Basically, a reckless driving setting for you car that would force you to live life on the edge.
King Thom, Aug 09 2004


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       How are you going to tune this so that you experience 'close call' rather than RTA?
st3f, Aug 09 2004
  

       [st3f]: RTA?   

       Regional Transit Authority? Research & Technology Agency? Rewriting Techniques & Applications? Residential Tenancies Authority? Real Time Analysis? Route To Afterlife? Rods Tiger Amnesia? Rapid Triage Acquisition? Rectal Trepidation Affliction? Radio The Ambulance?
jurist, Aug 09 2004
  

       Railway Tie Association ?
skinflaps, Aug 09 2004
  

       Really Tired Aardvark?
Spatula Head, Aug 09 2004
  

       Remember the Alamo? Er, no.   

       What I was after was 'Road Traffic Accident'; an acronym that is not as widely-used as I'd thought.
st3f, Aug 09 2004
  

       It's fairly UK based [st3f]. A number of other countries use MVA, for either motor vehicle accident or moving vehicle accident.
oneoffdave, Aug 09 2004
  

       List alert.
skinflaps, Aug 09 2004
  

       Wouldn't a Murder Victims Association meeting be a very quiet affair?
WYBloke, Aug 10 2004
  


 

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