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Old 03-05-2007, 02:11 PM   #15
Mopho
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Originally Posted by DJJ View Post
Paying attention to what you are doing will. A camera will just give people a false sense of security and they may be inclined to not check behind them instead relying on technology to aid them. People don't pay attention enough as it is behind the wheel of a car.
Really? And how is paying attention going to help you not hit the kid that is in your blind spot or down below your bumper level, etc?
Just like any technology, it can be a useful tool when used in conjunction with common sense


This is just the typical "I don't want to be told what to do by the govt.", or the "I hate Hillary" crowd whining about something that would have no negative effect on them


If instead the car companies decided to make it mandatory, you guys would be singing praises
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