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Who Needs That Much TV?

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Jack Rupert, PE
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Re: FRONT SEAT TV
Jack Rupert, PE   5/15/2013 4:39:14 PM
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Interesting thought on the heads-up displays, bobjengr.  I still have mixed thoughts about that one.  On one hand, it does keep your eyes in front of you, instead of needing to glance down to see the instruments, etc.  On the other hand, I would almost think that there would be too much "stuff" in your field of vision that would be a distraction.  Anybody have any real world eperience that would prove one way or the other?


And I vote a bit NO on having front-seat TV.

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