Which of these cutting-edge technologies has NHTSA rejected?

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Mercedes-Benz Splitview

U.S. safety regulators have historically been OK with video screens in cars, as long as the driver can’t see them (and the unruly kids in the back of the minivan can). In its guidelines, NHTSA stuck with that position, saying videos are banned only when they are “within view of the driver properly restrained by a seat belt.” (Translation: No peeking behind the passenger headrest.)

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