Minivan Concept: CITI

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    Minivan Concept: CITI





    CITI - Communications and Information Transport Interfaced
    My idea incorporates some technology that allows drivers to download messages or select from stock message list (profanity is blocked). Imagine letting someone know they have a low tire, an open gas cap, an accident ahead, a police car on shoulder, or something fun like..."I also drive a 'HOG'. The idea is for safety measures but is not limited to that. The van also has sensors that detect any additional weight on seats, as well as, the detection of human or animal breath. So if a child or dog has been left in the van, an alarm siren and special message appears, windows automatical vent and solar-powered fans blow cooler air in and hot air out. I hope you like this concept.

    http://rolfebatsieandcompany.com/Concept_CITI_PTGM.html
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    Re: Minivan Concept: CITI

    I'll help out the new guy by posting the pic for him...

    I'll make a new sig. Later.
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    Re: Minivan Concept: CITI

    thats a cool idea, maybe make it longer

    think of someone that you consider to be of average intelligence...
    half the worlds population is stupider than that person.


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    Re: Minivan Concept: CITI

    It's cute. It's pretty blurry though. Any way to sharpen that up?

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    Re: Minivan Concept: CITI

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Raider
    It's cute.
    Oxford Dictionary Says-
    Cute: small, not great, nice try, keep at it.

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    Re: Minivan Concept: CITI

    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    Oxford Dictionary Says-
    Cute: small, not great, nice try, keep at it.

    LOL..I hate that word. The pix does look a bit "insect like" sort of in a beetle way. BUT, it is a great concept overall.

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