Effective Jan. 1, a new California law will allow video cameras to be mounted on vehicle windshields.
Smile at the windshield – and say cheese?
California is giving the green light to allowing video cameras to be mounted onto vehicle windshields in an attempt to improve road safety.
The goal is to make participants aware of bad habits by recording their behavior seconds before and after a crash or erratic driving maneuver.
“It seemed like a common-sense approach,” Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher said of permitting but not requiring the use of video recorders.
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