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Lawsuit Over Rear-View Cameras In Cars

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  Original Published: 9/26/2013 The federal government says it will add rear-view video systems to its list of recommended features for automakers. But safety groups call the action a stall tactic. In 2008, Congress imposed a 2011 deadline for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to issue a rule on vehicle rear visibility. The regulation is now two-and-a-half years overdue. Advocate groups and two parents are expected to file a lawsuit over the issue. They want the courts to order the Department of Transportation to issue a mandatory rule within 90 days.
   
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