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 a Light on Proposed 'Black Box' Rule Deadline
The National Law Journal
December 28, 2012
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