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It is in our reach to connect the substantial electronic control of modern motor vehicles to the pervasive mapping technology and arrive at cars and trucks that can not exceed the local speed limit where ever there is cell coverage or mapped roadways. Its not pie in the sky autonomous vehicles its simply passing a few laws and getting vendors to talk to each other. It could happen with next years car models. No more high speed police chases, far fewer cars crashing thru living room windows, far fewer deaths from all crashes at much lower speeds. All it needs is our votes.

Mr Hancock still drives among us.

And he holds a Secret clearance.

This account matches the advice I hear from attorneys after the 3rd beer. If you hit and f’ somebody up keep on going. So long as police can’t put you behind the wheel reasonable doubt exists.

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