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Samsung Safety Trucks 23 Jun 2015 14:58 #160140

  • DaveG
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Anyone seen this video, looks like a good idea(maybe till something goes wrong, Then who gets blamed)
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3133979...html#v-4311740942001

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Re: Samsung Safety Trucks 23 Jun 2015 17:35 #160141

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I guess the panels surrounding the screens would need to be painted to stand out somehow - I can imagine someone claiming they didn't see the back of the truck it looked like a clear road.

Maybe if it only turned on if the following vehicle was closer than a set distance that may help
Hiding in the shed covered in grease and muck - want a coffee?

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Re: Samsung Safety Trucks 23 Jun 2015 19:20 #160142

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Be my luck to go to overtake and an ad would come on.

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Re: Samsung Safety Trucks 23 Jun 2015 20:15 #160143

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Hi,

Then some dunder head comes acropper during an over take and blames the "Samsung Safety Truck" for leading him astray.

What's the bet?

-b
Mucking about on the edge

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