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Eye on America (Drivin’ Movies) #753866

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 26, 2004
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Farmingdale, New York: Jim Acosta) Safety concerns about televisions & video players in cars featured; excerpts shown from “Pimp My Ride”; scenes shown of cars with multiple screens; photo shown of Jamie Petterson†, charged with murder in Alaska after he crashed while watching his dashboard TV. [Ticketed driver Billy RAVEN†- notes the cost of his “hobby.”] [AAA Robert SINCLAIR†- says it’s a continuation of the fact that we don’t take driving seriously enough in this country.] [Unique Auto Sports Will CASTRO†- notes the popularity of the players.]

Rather, Dan;
Acosta, Jim

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