Rick 386 wrote:Another gov't ruling that defies good logic !!!!
It brings to mind the stupid rule, circa 1974, requiring a seat belt interlock. If your seat belt was not fastened, the car would not start. Needless to say, this caused havoc for millions of car owners because the system frequently failed. Fortunately, in 1974, auto electric systems were more basic than today's computerized systems, so it was pretty easy to hot-wire the interlock. Which is another reason the rule was so stupid -- didn't they KNOW people would just bypass it? The really astounding thing is, whatever government agency was involved actually rescinded the regulation pretty quickly.