I say yes (a green one) to promote further communication between drivers so we know when they are accelerating intentionally or just coasting along. What do you think?
I think that is the oddest suggestion I've ever heard of, but sure. As long as they install a cell phone signal jammer when they add that feature. That way, whatever the other driver is doing we'll at least know there's a chance they are doing it on purpose and not lost in a conversation, or texting.
problem is would you really notice a green light, maybe at first, but once all became acustomed, probly not.
just like an emergency flashing light or caution light. they go un-noticed a lot.
I don't think it's that necessary personally. If you're accelerating in a car, 99% of the time you realize it unless maybe you're driving a friend's car. Only on rare occasion do I realize I'm doing a little bit extra in my 4dr.
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