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Lexus drives 'advanced safety' initiative

1/8/2013 04:13 PM EST
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re: Lexus drives 'advanced safety' initiative
bsmith@jd   1/10/2013 4:28:21 PM
Many cars have outside temperature displayed - presumably this value is based on "air" temperature. Do any cars use IR or other technology to read the road surface temp - a better indicator of possible icy conditions. This would seem to be more appropriate if making the driver more aware of the driving conditions is the goal...

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