The debate over the use of in-vehicle black boxes rages on after Australia's GM Holden Ltd. confirms its new VE Commodore range has an event data recorder (EDR) that captures information before a crash. A GM Holden spokesman tells the Melbourne Age newspaper the device records the two seconds before an incident and the auto maker uses the information to see if the car's safety system worked properly. "As far as we're concerned, it has a very specific purpose for the review of a car's ...
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