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Watching Videos, TV While Driving

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Watching Videos, TV While Driving

Watching Videos, TV While Driving

Watching Videos, TV While Driving

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Multiple video screens inside Brian Walters' Lincoln Navigator. Xeni Jardin for NPR News hide caption

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From lattes to makeup to cell phones, the list of in-car distractions for drivers keeps growing. Now you can add satellite television and DVD movies to the list.

Day to Day technology expert Xeni Jardin reports on the growing popularity of in-car video displays. Some drivers aren't stopping at one, and are getting sometimes three or more video displays installed in their cars so they can watch DVDs and satellite television while driving.

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