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Old 02-04-2019, 19:12   #61
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No you don't understand the point off the thread he was caught because he had a new BMW and because off the crash soft wear in the ECU of the car the idiot crashed. He was drunk as a consequence the coppers done him. The new car will not function threw contact with the steering wheel if you insurance is up, you cant lend the car to someone else as their not insured. Even high blood alcohol can be checked so car wont work. Servicing mot to many in the car.etc etc
Are you drunk right now?
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Yes Aidy I am having a nice pint off real ale in front of the TV so whats the problem.
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People where asked if they would carry personal ID cards and it was voted down. No mobile phones have finger print tech and now eye and face ID so why not cars.
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So safety bad? Drunk driving idiot good?
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People where asked if they would carry personal ID cards and it was voted down. No mobile phones have finger print tech and now eye and face ID so why not cars.
On a bit of a side note, there’s been some news articles about all the personal info stored in a Tesla. Someone went to a knackers yard, found a crashed one and downloaded all the info from the car. Kinda cool. Now you have to wipe your car memory and your internet browser!
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