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originally posted by: network dude
The cop was a drill instructor. So in the military she was trained how to be a bitch of mammoth proportions. I guess it's hard to turn that off. Since she cannot be professional, she needs to find other employment. Being a public servant isn't where her future is. (IMHO)
originally posted by: Aazadan
Didn't watch the video, I've seen enough cop movies.
Here's a question, if an officer says they're confiscating your phone for their safety, what happens if you remove the memory card and then hand them the phone?
originally posted by: ThePeaceMaker
You do realise that the writing on that police car is from the transformer films. I don't know if you were posting it as a joke.
originally posted by: benrl
Man first company like OnStar, that includes push button dvr on say the steering wheel, with an outside and inside feed.
Would make a mint.
We already have back up cams, throw a few more, with a small flash storage, add cloud storage to auto upload.
Might save a lot of money in lawsuits, Include a rolling 30 min HD, that when you hit the button it saves the previous.
Think of the Accident claims it would save.
OH and Corrupt cops it would get fired...
Shoot, Tie it in with data from car, things like turn signals, and speed, as well as brake data.
Get in a fender bender, hit the button, last 60 minutes saves to the cloud...
Why does't this exist anyway?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a proposed rule Monday requiring all new light vehicles — including cars, SUVs, trucks and vans — to have "rear-view visibility systems," in effect, requiring backup cameras.
The rule -- which would be final in 60 days -- would start phasing in on May 1, 2016 models and be at 100% May 1, 2018.
NHTSA estimates that 58 to 69 lives will be saved each year (not including injuries prevented) once the entire on-road vehicle fleet has rear-view systems, which it believes will be by about 2054.