A Blind Spot on Rearview Cameras - 10/2/13


October 2, 2013

Safety is a big issue for Americans, but many dangers persist simply for lack of political will to confront them.

A case in point involves rearview cameras in cars to prevent deaths and injuries that occur when drivers are backing up. On average, backover car accidents kill some 230 people a year, mostly children and mostly in accidents in which a parent or other relative is driving. Another 18,000 people are injured annually in backover accidents. Yet the Obama administration has balked at carrying out a law that requires rearview technology in new cars.

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