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Dan Wasserman for October 24, 2016

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    drivingfuriously Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Back in the old days a trailer could be loaded, a driver dispatched and every customer was happy, even though nobody could track their freight on the computer, nobody needed a handheld scanner to count the cartons going on a trailer, and there was no Electronic Logging device (ELD) hooked up to the truck to monitor the trucks position, hours of service record, speed, hard braking, swerving, and engine performance. And, yet, we survived with ordinary land line phones. I feel like I am constantly being pushed.

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    DrDon1  about 4 years ago

    As we struggle to integrate technological change into our daily lives, do we ever ask: “Just because we can do something, does that mean we should?” * +

    ( I reakize that there may be “No good answer.” }
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    wiatr Premium Member about 4 years ago

    Heh, ANY car that has a large electronic presence onboard can be subverted. Give me a ‘stupid’ car any day.

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