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Vibrating Car Seats Ensure Your Butt's the First To Know About Dangers [Automotive]

3 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

A few days ago we reported on how a prototype vibrating steering wheel could provide GPS directions with minimal driver distraction. And now it turns out that Cadillac will implement a similar system using vibrating seats to grab a driver's attention. More »
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