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Posted: 08-May-2007, 06:14 AM
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Cruise control (radar adaptive with collision mitigation), ABS, Stability control, Traction control, Active Yaw control, Active braking, tire pressure monitoring systems, Lane Departure Warning, Blind-spot detection/side assist/collision warning, Rollover prevention/mitigation, Adaptive headlights and/or night-vision assist, Emergency response (OnStar, EARS, BMW assist, can now cut fuel, turn on hazard lights and disconnect battery from alternator, all after calling for help; even rellaying details of the accident while you're passed out over the airbag), Presafe (moves all passenger's seats and their head restraints to a safer position, and tightens the seatbelts), airbags from every possible angle, ........ who really needs to know how to drive anymore? It's not like you're going to have a chance to.


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Posted: 26-May-2007, 01:30 PM
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I was seriously hoping that they would up the age of the drivers liscense so my kids would have to wait longer, I can't imagine them driving at all


Do you think this would help? I expect all it would do is make the early 20's the most accident-prone group as opposed to teens.


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