Recording Device in Most Cars – Used by Police & Insurance Companies

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Attorney Phil Harding, of Harding and Associates, PC, shared insightful information about those little black boxes in most cars, called EDR's, that record data for 5 seconds through an accident.  See how police and insurance companies can use the data to determine fault or shared fault in accidents.

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