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Why Don’t All New Cars Have Rearview Cameras?

The New York Times - Teresa Tritch

The rearview law, enacted in 2008, is intended to prevent deaths and injuries that occur when drivers are backing up. Each year, back-over accidents kill some 230 people, mostly children, and injure another 17,000.

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