5 Reasons why you Shouldn’t Install the Insurance Black Box in your Vehicle
Your black box is typically connected to the phone network of whoever manages the system, typically the insurance company, and they can access your data without needing to get to the actual box. While it’s a good safety feature to have, it also has some major reasons why we think you shouldn’t install the insurance-box provided by the insurance company.
The Top 10 Cities for Vehicle Theft
Vehicle Theft is Still a Huge Issue in these CitiesVehicle theft is still one of the biggest crimes in the United States. When it comes to vehicle theft, which includes SUVs, cars, trucks. Buses, motorcycles, and pretty any type of motor ran vehicle you can think of.
Installing a Black Box Inside a Vehicle.
5 Ways it can Save Lives in the Event of an AccidentA black box is another term for Event data recorder (EDR). An EDR or black box, is a device that is installed in a car to record information if you’re in an accident. The black box in your car is actually black in color, and usually made of plastic so the GPS signal isn’t weakened. Here are 5 ways having a black box installed in your cars can save a life.
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