As long as the passenger is reading the content, ANY web site is fine.
For the dirver to read, NO web site is suitable.
Just looking for suggestions on what people think are the best websites to display while driving. Stuff that conveys information and updates itself automatically seems like it makes the most sense.
For example, in San Diego there are sensors in all the freeways to determine the speed of traffic. The CA Dept. of Transportation has a website that displays live speed maps and the page meta refreshes itself so it's always current. http://www.dot.ca.gov/sdtraffic
Anyone else know of other sites of general interest (perhaps not so localized as the above example) that are good to display while driving?
i tried msn's auto site it helped a lot zipping through greensboro tells you where traffic issues are...it was pretty cool.
...you know, that guy...