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Traffic monitering System Printer Friendly Version
As everyone know most of our important time we spend in commuting in todays hectic life. This idea is to address common man problem who owns a car in high traffic city. How about having some kind of Traffic monitoring System in car which on enabling will let the driver know by displaying some kind of reading in terms of percentage the amount of traffic in that particular route for example it should display a message "ALERT 90% traffic on 10th street" or "Very slow moving traffic" or "Traffic Jam Ahead"
, so that he can save his precious time by taking some other route to his destination.
Reward: A car with such system :) 

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Receipt Scanner in Cars Printer Friendly Version
Each time I make a purchase and get a receipt, I either stuff it in my pocket, throw it away, or put it in my car as I leave the store. What if there was something built into the middle counsel or dash of your car, where you can insert the receipt, it is scanned, and is stacked nicely for you to retrieve later. The receipt's info is then inputed to a spreadsheet file or the image is electrically stored. Then you could download the already formatted spreadsheet file to your computer with a running tally of your expenses. Or the file is contained on a USB drive. It could even shred the receipt after scanning, if you don't care to keep the paper copy.
Sure, essentially your online bank statements provide this info, but you can't format or manipulate it in a way that might make it easier for you to see a pie chart showing that you are spending 36% of your monthly income on booze.
Reward: A unit for my car 

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george g moore
Free power Printer Friendly Version
When you brake your vehicle there's an awful lot of energy lost. All that forward motion is just stopped and dissipated. Now suppose that the act of stopping was not an act of stopping but really an effort of your motion to compress air. Then - to regain the lost energy the compressed air is released, returning the vehicle to it's original forward movement or at least assisting that action
Reward: Send dried fruit, or some old prints I can sell on e-bay 

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