posted on May, 11 2014 @ 07:11 PM
originally posted by: Bakatono
Oh, and just wait until the divorce lawyers can get their hands on this data. They will looking for this to prove the spouse actually was outside
the house of their new bf/gf.
Already true for toll transactions based on a license plate. New toll systems take a picture of your license plate so you can "pay by mail." This is
public information and can be (and has been) subpoenaed by a court to prove exactly what you say. The Tacoma Narrows Bridge has one of those systems
and so do SR-167 and the New floating bridge in Seattle. Whoever later on said this was alarmist is a day late and a dollar short. It's already
online and functional.
My newest vehicle has a heads-up display that reads the speed limit signs and projects a copy onto the windshield along with a speedometer reading. It
shouldn't be too hard to program a vehicle to "never exceed" the speed limit and take care of backdated speeding tickets. If it had a manual
override for emergencies (which BTW, is specifically allowed in driving laws) it would work fairly well.
I oppose the location tracking issues, but if you have Onstar or a navigation system, you already have that, too.