Toyota's safe-driving app plays parents' uncool music when teenagers speed

How can terrified parents of newly qualified teen drivers persuade them to drive safely? Toyota has come up with what could be an ingenious method -- embarrassing them.


Legalese at hyperspeed: What's the point?

Even if listeners can’t catch a word of it, the fast-talk disclosures at the end of radio ads serve an important purpose.

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