According to the Washington Post, back-up cameras have been around longer than other car safety technology, so the government has years of data on their impact. Between 2008 and 2011, the most recent years for which data is available, back-up cameras more than doubled from 32 percent to 68 percent of all new cars sold. Even so, injuries fell less than 8 percent- from about 13,000 down to 12,000.
That fancy backup camera in your new car doesn’t mean you’re going to stop hitting things. Federal