Feedback at 5:00- Should Cars Be Required to Record Data?
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration is expected to declare all new vehicles carry a data recorder known as a “black box.” The device is similar to those found on airplanes and would be able to give details of the final moments before a crash. It would be looked at by police, insurance companies and automakers. The NTSB is expected to issue federal guidelines for how the data can and cannot be used sometime next month. Would you feel better about having a “black box” in your car? Or does it give too much information to police and insurance companies? Post your comments below for tonight's “Feedback at 5:00.” Tune in to 9&10 News at 5:00 to see if your comments make it on-air.