Max: In California, we have red-light cameras that basically convict you on the spot. We're likely to have speed monitors soon that will issue tickets for going over the speed limit (because, among other things, they'll generate a LOT of money for the nearly bankrupt cities). And the Toll transponders on cars are now being used to bill for riding in toll lanes, too.
So I'm not sure we'll need the cars to auto-report speeding.
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