Honda will make a $1,600 touch navigation screen an option this spring on their Japanese sold Forza large scooter. The 3.8-inch touch-panel screen will be attached to the center of the handlebars and has a voice message to call out the directions. In a society where bikes and scooters are a major form of transportation in congested cities, it's easy to remove the vision of a motorcyclist using the touch screen at 80 mph on a U.S. highway. I don't think U.S regulators would let that fly here.
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