There's been a lot of blather recently about distracted driving.
(Is anybody - ANYBODY - still obeying the 'no hand-held devices' law? Not so's you'd notice.)
But I saw THIS on Yonge Street the other day, and surely it takes the cake:
Now, don't get all excited - I was NOT shooting this video while I was driving. A passenger held the camera. I (very badly) edited the footage and uploaded it to YouTube - a first for me, which may be obvious...
It's not that easy to make out, as it happens, but it's a movie screen with nothing but ads on it, built into a cube van, driving around in Toronto.
How can something like this possibly be allowed?
I mean, talk about distracted driving. How could you NOT be distracted by something like this?
I'd mention the name of the company, but that would only give them more publicity than they deserve.
If there isn't a law, there oughta be.