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So does it do anything? I can see you put some parts together, but there's nothing to suggest it is a robot that can do things.
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You're right, what if I suddenly decide to dump all of my rubbish under my seat?Nothing will be under my pedals, because I don't treat my car like a bin, and even if I had a light, it wouldn't be in my field of view (which is usually above the steering wheel).In reality this is a non issue, has anyone who isn't your friend/family said it looks like a good idea? it seems more like you just wanted to add lights for the sake of adding lights.
I can't personally see any benefit to this, if you need to see where your pedals are or do anything that risks letting things get under the pedals then you probably shouldn't be driving.New drivers don't need to be taught to look for the pedals, because that would be a poor way of teaching them as they would get into a habit of looking for the clutch before changing gears, or the brakes before braking.I admire your dedication to trying to help people but on this occasion I've got to say that not being able to see your pedals is a non issue, you will feel if they have suddenly disappeared when you start the car and try to pull away.
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