Volvo will be able to watch you drive and pull over if you seem distracted

Eyes off the road? As soon as next year, Volvo’s cars will be able to pull over automatically — thanks to cameras that watch you as you drive.
Earlier this month, the Swedish company announced its future cars will have a max speed limit of 112 mph . Now, the company says it's introducing in-car cameras and sensors that monitor the driver for signs of distraction or intoxication — which include looking away from the road for too long, keeping your hands off the steering wheel, weaving through lanes, or reacting too slowly while driving. 
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