Samsung Safety Trucks display the road ahead on large screens, allowing drivers to pass safely.

Many traffic accidents occur when cars attempt to pass semi-trailer trucks, and the primary cause is poor visibility. However, Samsung has developed an innovative technology that allows cars driving behind trucks to know when it is safe to pass.

They mounted massive screens on the backs of their trucks and wireless cameras in the front so that drivers could see the road ahead before attempting to pass. There’s even a night-vision mode for driving in low-light conditions.

The trucks are prototypes that were tested in Argentina, but there aren’t any that are currently “road worthy,” according to Samsung, who says they are working with governments to determine if they can be used on the roads while maintaining road safety. What are your thoughts? Is it a good idea to have these “safety trucks”?

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