It’s pretty awful that we have to do this again, since laws are in place which cover this situation. One problem might bee that many states are like Kansas where no one getting a renewal on their driver’s license has to take a written test anymore. Another problem is people are not paying attention to their driving. They are looking at their phones or texting, etc. and there are people who are hard of hearing so they don’t hear warning sirens as soon as they should. These and other situations can lead to distracted drivers who drive around accidents, or just don’t realize they are active accidents. My husband was almost run over when we stopped to help people who had an accident. The drivers didn’t slow down or even act like they knew what the situation was. Police are always dealing with distracted or angry drivers who don’t want to slow down or navigate them tending to vehicles accidents. I think that an in-dash digital warning indicator is an exceptional idea that, in scaled-up production would be a cost-effective way to protect first responders as well as drivers. Our vehicle has activated blinders & beeps that tell us when we are within a certain distance of an object and it has emergency braking and lane change alerts are similar. It can be done at an economical price.