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AaronBurns
 USA
Whiplash Air Bag Printer Friendly Version
A simple, small air bag that is placed inside your headrest and activates when you are rear ended. Today's headrests and the headrests in the past have never prevented whiplash which is the most common problem in an accident and has the most lawsuits due to it. Your head is pushed forward by the rear-ending of another car or rear end collision then the air bag pads your head safely back against the head rest as your head comes back towards the seat at great force. It would be more effective in a crash that happens more often (rear endings) and would be small enough to fit inside the head rest protecting your head and neck from any harm at any speed.
We can use the exact same technology as the steering wheel air bags but, we just make them fit inside the head rest. Easy to install and you could have your older model car altered where they could replace your current head rest, putting in the new air bag head rest cheaply. I mean, isn't your life worth every penny?
Reward: Credit 

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AaronBurns
 USA
One Size Fits All Hydrolic/Pivot TV Stand Printer Friendly Version
Remember when you're watching TV on the floor or lying on the couch or watching it in a lounge chair and your feet block the TV so you only see half the TV or it is just not on your level to watch and your neck stings so bad that it hurts for the next eight hours cranking it around to get a better view?
Well, with a hydrolic TV stand that goes from floor to above your feet it could always be on your level and we could add a pivot to it and it could be in any position. The last addition to this idea is to have the whole hydrolic/pivoting system on remote control and we're in business! How's that for lazy?! Can't beat it!
Reward: Life time warranty on one 

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ratnakar
 India
Bad roads Printer Friendly Version
Potholes and patches are a nuisance to commuters, they damage cars and cost the government lots of money to repair. Repair works is also time consuming. My idea is for covering these potholes and bad roads with temporary substitutes such as a matting made of skid proof hard rubber which can be made up of small units for the various sizes and attached like peices of Lego. They can be square or hexagonal and easily attachable/detached. They make surfaces even for small patches. Less manpower and costs. Better for commuters. Rubber can also take the shape of the road. Other benefits are to cover drains or any openings. Let me know what you people think of this idea. It's raining heavily here and the potholes and traffic drives me absolutely mad. The civic authorities haven't repaired the roads in the last 10 months. Does it really take that long???
Reward: safer driving and no more traffic jams 

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