When a passenger car crashes into a wall, it can be devastating to both the driver and the passenger.
In some cases, both people have to walk away with life-threatening injuries.
In other cases, it’s a quick rescue for the driver.
And in many cases, the passengers can recover quickly.
So how can a driver save his life in the worst of accidents?
Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have found a method for doing just that.
They say it’s called a car window talker, and it could be the most effective way to help people save their lives when they’re in a car crash.
They published their results in the journal PLOS ONE.
The researchers have designed a system that can be used by anyone to talk to the car’s radio.
The system uses a special combination of radio frequencies to communicate with the car.
It uses a combination of the car window’s radio frequency and a person’s audio level to determine the driver’s ability to talk.
It’s a simple system that requires no special equipment or knowledge of electronics.
This is how a car’s driver’s radio works When the car is in motion, the radio can pick up the driver talking on the radio and can communicate with it.
The radio then transmits the driver to the emergency services.
The emergency services then use the information the radio gives to the driver as an alert for the other driver.
The systems use these alerts to send text messages to the other drivers cell phones.
It then sends a text message to the owner of the other car and asks the owner to call the emergency service to get help.
The car then gets back on the road.
This system works because the radio frequency used to transmit the information from the driver can only reach a limited distance from the car to the vehicle.
The signals from the radios voice are only able to reach a little over 100 meters.
When the radio is turned on, the car and the other cars radio frequencies can all communicate with each other.
So it’s possible to transmit radio frequencies at distances of several meters, the researchers say.
The team says the system can also work for the radio’s speaker, but they need to make a small change to the design of the speaker to ensure it works properly.
The driver is only able have one radio signal at a time.
So if the car was driving around the city at high speeds, the other radio could be receiving signals at all times.
The research team says they need more testing to see if the system is effective for drivers who have a low-level brain injury or traumatic brain injury.
They are also looking at whether the system would work for people who have traumatic brain injuries, or for people with cerebral palsy.
They also plan to expand the system to the rest of the body, but will need to get approval from the FDA.
The researchers plan to add more sensors to the system.
For example, they hope to develop sensors that are able to detect changes in the driver or other passengers’ voice, so that the system could be used to determine whether the driver is trying to communicate or not.
This information could be fed back to the medical team and the emergency responders.
They will also need to design a new system that uses different frequencies to talk and a different type of audio signal to communicate.
The work is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Department of Energy and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.