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Tuesday, August 03, 2004

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TJ

Driving is not a privilege, it's a right. Saying it's a privilege is the most arrogant thing I have ever heard. Those government roads and highways wouldn't even have been built if it weren't for taxes. The people own the roads and it's their right to drive on it. The government doesn't grant us our freedoms, they just enforce what the people decide should be our freedoms. The editors of this site need to educate themselves, or get out in the real world and get a real job.

Conservitive Republican

Hey, I don't care if they use this data to deturmine what happened during a crash, but they better not even think of putting one in to record our driving habets. The ones they currently use only record 5 seconds before a crash and could be useful to deturmine the cause of an accident.

The government is trying to record our every move. They have already put thousands of camaras out to take pictures of us everywhere we go, yet they can hardly put a few cameras on our boarders. The governer of California ,Arnald Schwarzenegger, has even proposed using satilite tracking and transponders on vehicals. This would give the government your every move from rush hour highway to the country two lane road. We CAN NOT let this happen. Schwarzenegger is now trying to ammend the constitution to allow him, a foriner, to run for president.

Do the research and wake up America. The vote is yours but you must know the truth. Our government is very corrupt and the media is not helping at all. They have been lieing to you.
Don't let the USA fall apart.
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Mr Owens

Does dodge have them. If so is it in the 2003-2005 Dodge srt-4

Omkar

Putting black boxes in the cars is one of the great ideas as long as safety is concerned. due to the black boxes we atleast come to know the reasons for accidents and is easy for investigation of the mishap.

p leahy

maybe its ok to store info for crash investigation, that has helped somewhat in aircraft accidents .it has the ability to make vehicles safer but they are pretty safe now.some people just can,t drive.teach us all to drive not just get a license to drive and then see what happens,the roads might get safer.increase every drivers skill level and check it regularly.if you think about it most driving tests are pretty well useless.its more to do with being allowed to drive that actually being good at it. not everyone can become a f1 driver but the training they get would make most drivers better.as authorities around the world use road safety as a cash cow by forcing us to think speed is the main area of concern and fining the hell out of us , then the problem will never go away.it quite frankly is a very complex issue and really humans are the most significant factor involved.encouragement to become a better driver could change the nature of the very driving habits that cause the most risk on the road. our authorities , as it would seem ,place so many resources towards lowering the road toll when in fact they have most probably been the root cause of it.the appalling skill level of the worlds drivers must really be put in perspective.some people will never be able to co ordinate themselves ably enough to operate an kind of machinery but the majority of the population could be taught far more skilfully than at present.then the question is how much will it all cost .every road death has a figure associated with it ,what price do we pay for life .millions go into cancer research trillions to war ,so i can really see the argument.we spend more to try and kill healthy people than actually trying to save them .time to adjust the balance.

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