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Jared Hamilton has done it again. He has been busy at the drawing board trying to solve the problem of bringing together W-Fi services, tablet applications and fixed operations. Its something every dealer and consumer has been asking for buy didn't even realize was a problem yet. The solution: The Brake iPad.

The Brake iPad is simply a new type of brake pad made from Rhodium. When installed with the proprietary DrivingSales installation package, and integrated with the accompanying iPad app, it harnesses the energy created while the brakes are applied and creates a Wi-Fi signal - turning your vehicle into a free hotspot for up to 7 devices.

"Jared has high expectations of the team, so we went out and solved a problem that hasn't actually occurred yet." Said Eric Miltsch, Director of Product Strategy at DrivingSales. "We're all about genius innovation here - we simply call it 'genuvation', humbly added Shaun Raines, Executive Director of DrivingSales University.

The Brake iPad does have its limitations though. The Wi-Fi signal created is only available while you apply the breaks. "We've perfected the ability to capture and convert the energy, however we haven't been able to crack the code on how to efficiently store this energy without it becoming cost prohibitive and dangerous for passengers." Said Jared Hamilton, CEO of DrivingSales.

If the user can anticipate when the driver is about to apply the brakes, the signal may last long enough to play at least one turn of Words With Friends or half a turn of Draw Something. 

DrivingSales will conduct special Brake iPad installation instruction courses through DrivingSales University - special class rates today only!

Jim Bell
So THIS is what he was with his attorneys late the other night for. Awesome!!
Ricky Walter
This is the absolutely impressive in any dimension. That is next level thinking at its best. Great job!

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