Scientist's Idea Could Stop Texting While Driving!

Rocket scientist's idea could possibly stop texting while driving! One day, a man named Dave Sueper was driving to a meeting when all of a sudden he was struck and killed by a distracted teenage kid texting on his phone. Scott Tibbitts, the man that Sueper was planning to meet, who also created motors for NASA, was on a mission to stop texting while driving. When he found out about the accident, he was devastated. A little while later, he was able to come up with a device that plugs into a port underneath the steering wheel and it connects the car to the internet. Once the car starts moving, the device immediately blocks messages from the phone so that the driver can't text. The plug that the gadget goes into is in most cars made after 1996.