In the wake of Toyota Motor Corp.'s estimated $1.3 billion settlement involving claims of unintended acceleration, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration continues to push for a rule that would require manufacturers to install "black boxes" in all new cars to record accident data.
Toyota settlement shines light on agency's proposed 'black box' rule
The National Law Journal
December 27, 2012
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