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Published on Dec 1, 2015
Rocket scientist's idea could put an end to texting while driving.
Scott Tibbitts created Groove, a small device that plugs into a port located under the steering wheel (found in most cars made after 1996) and connects the car to the Internet. Once each driver of the vehicle is registered with Groove, within seconds of a drive starting, Groove figures out who the driver is and notifies the person’s phone carrier, allowing it to block distractions before they reach the phone. Once the car is turned off, Groove again notifies the carrier, and all blocked messages come rolling in, so nothing is missed.