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Next time you're called on to make a three-am getaway from an off-strip motel in your '66 Pontiac Bonneville, jealous husband receding in the rear-view, half-empty whisky bottle sloshing temptingly behind the passenger seat, your best friend may not be the .38 snub lying barrel-forward on the seat beside you. More likely, it'll be the DD850 Driver Fatigue Monitor watching out for the first signs of nod— especially as you venture further and further into the desert that keeps Vegas at bay. It could be the best $850 you'd ever spent, next to the .38.

EyeAlert Driver Fatigue Monitor hits the market [Gizmag]

Researchers Creating In-Car System to Rouse Snoozing Drivers; Safe at Any Speed: Honda's ASV Prototype [internal]