Sometimes a modern problem is best solved by looking into the past.
Distracted driving, for instance, is a major cause of accidents, injuries, and deaths on roads around the world. Automakers have attempted to address the problem by connecting our phones to our cars so we may continue to receive the constant stream of information from our screens to our brains while driving.
That’s not working very well, though. People are still using their phones while behind the wheel to text, browse Facebook, make phone calls, and more.
Nissan has a solution that uses a piece of technology invented in 1836, and it just might work. Continue reading >>>