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April 16, 2013


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Dave Houston

At the very least the touchscreens that are factory installed should have a feature that disables the touch function when the car is in motion. It would lessen accident. But even then they will still avert attention of the driver away from the road which is bad. It's a case of technology worship that in this case costs lives.

David White

Hope they do not get too distracted in their search!

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