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By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 06 August 2008 09:17 Nissan has unveiled a brace of new technologies to make driving in the 21st century cleaner and greener – but they also signal a further erosion of driver independence, ceding more control from man to microchip. How so? Well, the new systems announced today mark a step towards the driverless car: one is part of a project that hopes to eliminate accidents altogether while the other pushes against the accelerator to encourage a lighter right foot.Tue, 10 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Mercedes-Benz previewed its upcoming S-class coupe at the Frankfurt auto show, revealing this lightly veiled concept car. Set to replace the 7-year-old CL, the muscular-looking two-door teases the production model, planned to be rolled out at the Detroit auto show in January. U.S.Mon, 04 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800
Schools and councils across the country are turning to CCTV to enforce parking restrictions during the school run – and a new low-cost camera system is set to make this even easier in the coming months. According to reports in the Sunday Times and the Daily Mail, the new surveillance system costs as little as £16,000, and is able to record and recognise the number plates of illegally parked cars outside schools. On Bing: see pictures of parking enforcement cameras How to appeal a parking ticket The recorded footage is then sent to the local council, including evidence of the parking restriction.
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