It would constantly remind people to be more careful, saving lives.

This was recently suggested by a North West of England think-tank
this is a plan isn't it? It's already attracting interest and getting debate, which is good

Best Answer:

Dayton: Or maybe cars should be built that if they exceed any speed limit a sat device sends a message to the its computer and enforces a 50 horse power limit for the next 1,000 miles.

Other answer:

total nonsense
The majority of careful motorists shouldn't be tarred with the same brush as the minority of dangerous drivers. Does the same think tank believe that 70 percent of every Muslim's body should be tattooed with the faces of the 9/11 victims, Manchester bombing victims, etc.?
Tad Dubious:
No. It would hurt sales.
Mistress of Morality??:
Don't you think it might cause more accidents with drivers focused on the pictures instead of keeping their eyes on the road?
In-car gadgets are the root cause of many accidents with drivers distracted by mobile phones, satnavs, stereos and even dashcams.
A better idea is to have mobile phone blockers installed in every car hardwired to the ignition so that drivers cannot text or answer a call when the engine is running or ignition switched on.
That would please just hit and run drivers.
Covering the car's bodywork with actual accident victims would be more effective.
Vim Squeezy:
It might actually help if in order to obtain your driving licence you had to watch a deeply dark video about tragic accidents, people who's lives have been ruined, someone who killed a child or something.
That would only be effective for people who could see the body work, not the driver, and having distracting images on a car might cause more accidents than it prevents
I would not buy a car like this

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