Drivers banned from wearing Google Glass
The Department for Transport has decided that drivers won't be allowed to wear Google Glass while they're behind the wheel. You may be able to watch dirty videos in a lay-by, but you definitely won't be allowed to use it as a satnav while in motion.
A spokesman said: "It is important that drivers give their full attention to the road when they are behind the wheel and do not behave in a way that stops them from observing what is happening on the road."
"A range of offences and penalties already exist to tackle those drivers who do not pay proper attention to the road including careless driving which will become a fixed penalty offence later this year."
"We are aware of the impending rollout of Google Glass and are in discussion with the Police to ensure that individuals do not use this technology while driving."
So there you have it. You can be distracted by children, the stereo in your car, your surroundings, your hands-free phone and your satnav, but not Google Glass.