Whether or not to get out of your car is a big question, maybe a life-determining one. With cars, trucks and buses speeding by so closely, you feel that if your vehicle is hit your will defineitely be injured, if not killed. And you worry about everyone else in your vehicle. But if you get out, you lose the protection the vehicle's metal provides to you, especially if your vehicle is struck and debris flies.
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Auto-Lobbyists Successfully Argue Worth of Child Warrants Delaying Regulation Requiring All Vehicles Include A Rear Backup Camera
On Monday of last week it was reported that Federal regulators planned to announce this week that automakers will be required to put rearview cameras with in-vehicle display in all passenger vehicles by 2014 to help drivers see what is behind them. By Wednesday the plans were put on hold to allow more time for “study and data analysis”. Auto-lobbyists estimated that the required cameras would cost the auto industry $2.7 billion annually, or $160 to $200 a vehicle. They suggested car manufacturers be able to add expanded mirrors instead of the cameras. If that would be good enough and economically feasible, where has the auto industry been all this time?