The suit that makes you feel like you are on drugs

Scientists at Ford have developed a special suit that simulates the effects of drugs to demonstrate the dangers of attempting to drive whilst high.

A very serious issue you'll agree but we can't help but think a few scientists might be taking that suit home of an evening.

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