West Virginia Taking Steps To Ban Google Glass Behind The Wheel
If you planned on getting behind the wheel of a car sporting Google Glass, think again. Before Google’s highly-anticipated invention even hits the market, West Virginia lawmakers are looking to put a halt on driving with the Glass product.
In an effort to keep all drivers safe behind the wheel, West Virginia Legislature Republican Gary G. Howell proposed a bill that would prohibit “using a wearable computer with head mounted display,” which would extend the state law forbidding texting while driving (or using a phone without a hands-free kit).
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