New Requirements for Rear Visibility Technology

Rear-Visibility Tech to Come Standard in New Vehicles

In 2014, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ruled that by May 2018, all new vehicles weighing less that 10,000 pounds should be equipped with rear visibility technology. Check out this infographic to learn about the law, including statistics to support the need for this technology and an outline of precautions drivers and pedestrians can take to prevent backover accidents.

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