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Toyota: Cars will be safer, but still need drivers

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By TOM KRISHER

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Great news for our greying populace. Some retrofittable systems too, please.

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Great news for US drivers.

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these are quite old options, already available in Mercs.

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Full-time backseat driver. I can see how this could be beneficial to some people. Lots of idiot drivers out there who should never have been issued licenses.

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How about just avoid being an anti social driver with education of the driver when tail gating, not indicating, etc

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I'm afraid that people will pay even less attention to their driving as these safety measures become more ubiquitous, however I look forward to having them in a future Prius. I like the way Toyota actually makes a huge impact by smartly implementing new technologies to practical use. The hybrid is a brilliant example.

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An onboard translator would be nice herr in the U.S. lol

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