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2018 Ford Focus Drivers Can Talk On Their Phones Legally Again

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Self-driving cars may be of existence now, but to fully accept them as part of our daily routine and as our main mode of transportation, still seems a little tad far off. There are laws out there that are against of any autonomous cars unless there’s someone in the car, and then there are just people against the whole idea of it.

But what happens if it really becomes a reality? Ford seems to be really optimistic about this and has something valuable to justify their perspective. The company recently obtained a patent for an “autonomous vehicle entertainment system”, and yes, that means you’ll sit back and watch a movie and let your car do its job.

What’s going to happen is that you’re going to have to kick your vehicle into self-driving mode and a projector system would be up and ready to play you some kick-ass action movie of your liking. It’s sort of like an in-flight entertainment, just grounded in this case.

Sure, it’s an approved patent but there’s no way to find out if Ford will ever use it. Let’s just hope that it wouldn’t be a thing in the future, because then, you’ll be thinking, “Why do cars exist again?”

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2 Comments

  1. Brian

    March 11, 2016 at 2:45 am

    Should only be aloud in private cars …we need jobs ,if in future we take away all driving jobs we are in trouble ..think about it,fire trucks . Ambulance,police cars ,taxi ,transport trucks …etc remove the driver or a second occupant that’s one less job to be filled tend of thousands of jobs and the government is blind as a bat to the issue .after all why would they care all if them get massive pay checks accompanied by a massive pension that’s accompanied by s massive transition payment.

  2. Dude

    March 11, 2016 at 7:25 am

    Brian… man… they said the same about robots in factories, it creates more jobs that require more skill. Adapt or be left behind, it’s progress.