I think it would be more useful if something like TrafficMaster was used, so in a country where the sign isn't in English, a box in your car could pick up a message from a box related to the sign to tell you what is written on it, either by reading it out to you in your chosen language or displaying it on a little screen.
Originally posted by Shude
Needless to say this wouldn't help in the "warning: shark infested waters!" example
Already got the car booked in for the out-riggers installation (see the Aston Martin in "Living Daylights" ) you know how I need the extra stability when taking a leisurely cruise off the beaten trackOriginally posted by Steve_Perry
Hehe very true Nick, but then I would hope you wouldn't be taking your car into shark infested waters or are you planning a James Bond Lotus Esprit submarine mod to your W202? :bannana:
Originally posted by Steve_Perry
Your secret's out mate I'd sue them for industrial espionage
Waterwheels: British sports car given test drive on the Thames
So they want you to spend £150k on a mazda MX5 and a speedboat superglued together?Originally posted by Steve_Perry
If you can photoshop your W202 into the above piccie, I would hail you as the undisputed photoshop king!!