Woman gets Ticket for Driving with Google Glass
Cecilia Abadie of San Diego was written the world's first known ticket on Tuesday, October 29th for wearing Google Glass, augmented reality glasses, while driving. Although the first citation of the ticket was for speeding, the second reads, "Driving with monitor visible to driver." However, for Abadie to have broken California Vehicle Code section 27602, which states you can't drive if a video screen is visible to the driver, the officer would have to prove she had the screen active. She claims it wasn't. Exceptions to the California law include GPS and other navigation devices.
By Jordan Moses
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