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NTSB Recommends Black Boxes For Motorcoaches

Posted on July 22, 2015

National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Chairman Christopher Hart said of the findings, “With access to event data recorders, we might have been able to determine why the truck crossed the median, which could have enabled us to make recommendations to prevent it from happening again. Much of the reason that aviation is so safe today is that we have required such recorders for decades so that we can learn the lessons of accidents. But they are still not required in commercial trucks or motorcoaches despite more than a decade of recommendations by the NTSB.”

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