Having television and high-speed Internet access in your car or truck may sound like frills most folks can do without, but remember, skeptics were rolling their eyes not long ago over in-vehicle satellite radio and the idea of making car stereos compatible with Apple iPods. Drivers are prohibited from watching television while a vehicle is in motion by a variety of local and federal statutes, but the ability to allow passengers to watch the big game or access key information on rear-seat ...

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