How we do avoid cybercrashes?

January 2000
Automotive News;1/17/2000, Vol. 74 Issue 5857, p8
Trade Publication
Shares suggestions from automobile industry executives on what the industry should do to prevent driver safety problems in the inclusion of Internet features in automobiles. Self-restraint from manufacturers in adding features which could distract drivers; Development of ways to communicate without the need for drivers to take their eyes off the road; Absence of Internet features in the development plans of Volvo Car Corp.


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