Australians are ready to install reverse cameras in their vehicles if the cost of the devices is reduced 20% to 50%, while a large majority would support legislation making the cameras compulsory in all new vehicles, a new survey by the University of Wollongong finds. Some 20% of respondents say they would be willing to pay A$500 ($460) to install a reverse camera in their current vehicle; 38% would pay A$300 ($275) and 65% would pay A$150 ($140). The A$500 figure was used as a full-cost ...
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