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Ford to offer new blind spot and hazard detection in 2009

Old 4/9/08, 05:22 PM
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Old 4/9/08, 06:01 PM
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Nothing major, but certainly nice to have
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Old 4/9/08, 07:48 PM
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pretty cool, Im waiting for them to put my idea on a car...using those reversing sensors on all sides of the car with a display, so noone will even need mirrors/help with bad blind spots
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pretty cool, Im waiting for them to put my idea on a car...using those reversing sensors on all sides of the car with a display, so noone will even need mirrors/help with bad blind spots
That's a very neat idea, specially for SUV's and larger vehicles. Safer for small children and pets.
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