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NTSB Says Onboard Video Helps Spot Accident Causes

Posted on May 1, 2015

A National Traffic Safety Board report found that onboard video systems – both continuous and event-based – can “provide valuable information for evaluating the circumstances leading to a crash,” if the cameras are positioned properly and if the systems are adequate for recording in low light.

NTSB looked at two specific crashes – one in 2012 involving a school bus in Port Lucie, Fla., and the 2011 crash of a motor coach near Kearney, Neb.

Although the report focused on buses, the board's recommendations also encompassed the trucking industry, and can be applied to the limo industry.

Full story at www.truckinginfo.com.

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