Satyam has promised to settle arguments over what radio station to listen to in the car when it launches its dot auto platform next year. The IT services company is using its background providing outsourced services for auto makers to develop its own software and hardware platforms which it will sell to auto suppliers and …
Given the chaotic nature of driving in Indian cities,
the answer is normally "yes" within about 5 minutes of any journey.
I'm still attending counselling after one trip through Uttar Pradesh which required the use of a 'contra-flow system' - ie you drive at the oncoming traffic in the fast lane on the wrong side of the road flashing your headlights for 15 miles.
so..to listen to industrial metal ..
you have to get into a car crash ?
the leather one with the goggles..
I can just imagine..
You're driving in a full car with your family to a funeral, and the mexican hat dance starts playing...
"Naturally, it will feature GPS, and allow fleet owners to track their vehicles, while allowing consumers to find their way from one drive-in to another."
Nobody in their right mind would want to go from drive-in to drive-in ! That said, there are plenty not in their right mind...
@Given the chaotic nature of driving in Indian cities,
You have obviously not "arrived" in the Indian IT world !! *Real* programmers have chauffeurs to ferry them about !!
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