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Old 02-01-2016, 09:40 AM   #1
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Will this become the standard on all cross country trucks?

Saw this this morning. Maybe this will become standard on semi's in the future.. maybe RV's in the future?

https://www.youtube.com/embed/ZetSRWchM4w?rel=0


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But officer, I could see that the road ahead was perfectly CLEAR, I was the only vehicle on the road!... WHAM!
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OK, you got me. I tried to click on the image thinking it was a video.
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OK, you got me. I tried to click on the image thinking it was a video.
I am laughing... I posted the picture and for some reason I could not get the link to work so I had to go back on and add the link to the post. This happened like once before... but I did verify if it was working or not after the post


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But officer, I could see that the road ahead was perfectly CLEAR, I was the only vehicle on the road!... WHAM!
I would agree. Just another excuse for impatient idiots to take a chance getting around a rig. You can't tell depth or distance from a projection.

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I would agree. Just another excuse for impatient idiots to take a chance getting around a rig. You can't tell depth or distance from a projection.

Samsung to be sued in 5,,,4,,,3,,,2,,,
... and what if they don't even realize it is a projection of the road in front of the truck? Wham! Right into the back of the truck!
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