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Local teen invents GPS with “auto indication” feature for elderly drivers

Out of my way sonny!

Out of my way sonny!

Harold schoolboy Simon Delaney has come up with another award winning invention by designing a GPS that automatically operates a car’s indicators when elderly drivers approach roundabouts and intersections.

The breakthrough GPS technology maps all the common routes taken by the driver so it can then automatically indicate when the driver retraces one of their common routes, like popping down to the Post Office to queue just when everyone else is taking their lunch break. If the elderly driver for some reason takes a new route, the GPS will defensively indicate both left and right so that other drivers know to beware.
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