New legislation is up for debate in North Dakota that would require car buyers to be told if their new car or truck is equipped with a black box that records accident information. The bill also would only allow black-box-gathered information in court unless there is a court order to do so. Other states are also considering black box regulation like Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Virginia. The battle of words continue between the automakers/ accident investigation companies and consumers who feel that their privacy is being evaded. If around 90% of new cars have them, what's the big deal with making buyers aware of the system?
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