U.K. military drivers get road safety monitors

An article on News.com reports that the U.K. military is running a test program to monitor soldiers' driving habits.

GreenRoad LEDs
LEDs light up to inform drivers how well they are driving. GreenRoad Technologies

An article on News.com reports that the U.K. military is running a test program to monitor driving habits. The test program uses a box from GreenRoad Technologies which records 120 different driving maneuvers and can alert the driver if they are driving poorly. The device uses a row of LED lights that show green for a good driving maneuver, and red for poor. Click here for the full article.

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