Even for a passenger - in the U.S. would probably also get a citation - with an air bag deployment could kill you (and even with a small fender bender and injury, your insurance company could write you off for having it there). Looks fun, but safety first is the motto in my household :-)
I think maybe in a moor home when it is parked this would work well*** hugs from Canada
Oh!!! My!!!! Gosh!!!. Just wait till there are self driving cars that is the FIRST thing that I get.
me too! i already have the featherweight!
They were testing a self drive car here,in Australia a few months ago
I am sure here in Australia we would be fined for doing something like that. It is a safety issue.
Yes we definitely would be fined for sure and the insurance would be an absolute nightmare, if anything happened, but a girl can still dream.....
same in Belgium I guess, it is not allowed. You can not draw attend of the driver(s)
.. but if ever in future we would get self-driving cars.. this can be an option...
She's in the passenger seat, right. When I worked for an insurance company, we kept an informal list orally in the breakroom of the most dangerous things we had seen drivers doing in Atlanta rush hour traffic - it would terrify you. Removing curlers from hair, brushing hair, putting on mascara, reading newspaper folded in half, working on laptop in lap between lap and steering wheel, phoning, texting, and of course, drinking and dining, entertaining children in the back seat...
.. and this was on the list too ?
Yeah Featherweight owners. I have 2 and hubby has my mom's. 13 pounds so I take it with me. Made of metal and they sew great.
would not do me any good since I'm the one who has to do all the driving. Wonder what would happen if you were on a rough road. they seem to be everywhere these days. Some of the roads in Alabama are horrendous./Lillian
.. then you never have been to Belgium... there is a saying" if you car remains in once piece and running fine after visiting Belgium, then you have a good car
This must be a joke? If not what happens in a car accident?
Start all over with the design ? Lol
I love it. I wish I had that machine!
Every girls dream sewing on the move, imagine how much extra we can get done..
I can't imagine me doing this< I can't even read while in a moving car I get sick if I did. How great for you.
I have tried working on my computer while husband drives and it is just too bumpy. I do read and crochet, but can't imagine actually using a sewing machine! Hugs. Nan W
That's female drivers for you!..............................................incoming!!!!
Duck, Dennis, duck!
Dennis may not know AFLAC. It's an insurance company with a duck for a mascot.
call an ambulance
Interesting but I'm often the driver :(
This is great I read and do all sorts things In the car I never thought of this, wonderful
Thanks for the giggle.
sweet! Where there is a will the is a way.
The mind boggles at what may be possible, I could not however do any thing but knit in the car. I would get car sick very quickly if I took my eyes off the road. Sandra.
I would get carsick. Can not look down while in a car. Amazing idea and too funny.
Now this is the way to go. I sew a lot on the road but by hand. How does she power the featherweight I wonder? Uh oh, now I remember that our newest vehicle has an electrical outlet!
oh! MY what a photo!! Kay