National Highway Traffic Safety Administration misses deadline for rear view visibililty rules for vehicles

Agency envisions rear-mounted video cameras and in-vehicle displays to meet the proposed standards.


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it will not meet its latest deadline to set new rear visibility rules for vehicles that could lead to backup cameras, marking the fourth delay since Congress approved legislation in 2007 requiring new standards for rear visibility amid concerns about the costs raised by automakers, according to The Detroit News. For the full story, click here.

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