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    I mean i guess it can be considered illegal.

    its distracting at best.
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    In most states, yes. It's a violation of the New York Vehicle & Traffic Law (no video display can be mounted in view of the driver, except for CCTV rear-view camera feeds used to back up).
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    Not only that, but what happens when a driver is watching TV on the highway... and then decides to get up for a snack during a comercial?
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    What should be illegal is that somewome made that show
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    Yah, and the remote might get lost in the seat too!
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    Cool nice addition but yes it is illegel
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    The technology is there in most cars with GPS navigation systems on the dash.
    You may have noticed that most of them get their maps loaded from a DVD. Banned in the U.S. In other countries, it's a on-dash DVD player, not just a navigation system. Add a Satellite feed to your composite inputs on your TV.
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    theres a similiar story from the mtv show, pimp my ride and they got a serious fine

    December 30, 2004
    Custom Rims, Yes; TV in Steering Wheel, No

    ETROIT, Dec. 29 - Pimp the ride, pay the price.

    In the first of what is expected to be a broader crackdown against auto customization shops, federal regulators on Wednesday imposed a $16,000 fine on West Coast Customs, the auto body shop affiliated with "Pimp My Ride," an MTV reality show that makes over rundown cars.

    The shop, which has customized sport utility vehicles for customers like Shaquille O'Neal, was fined for removing front air bags in cars to install video screens in steering wheels.
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