"Smart Car" Warns Driver, Calls Cops
IBM and the United Arab Emirates University have developed a "Smart Box" that uses GPS technology to track a car's whereabouts. It can also integrate with local traffic laws to tell whether the driver is obeying the speed limit. The car will issue several verbal warnings to the driver; if those are not heeded, the car automatically notifies local law enforcement, who can issue a ticket (assuming, of course, they have the necessary infrastructure in place).
In all fairness, the Smart Box offers other benefits, such as anti-theft devices, fuel optimizers, and navigation tools.
That whirring sound you hear isn't the engine. It's George Orwell spinning in his grave...