Backup Camera Rule Costing $2.7 Billion Put Off by U.S.Angela Greiling Keane
A U.S. rule that may require all cars and light trucks sold in the country to have rear-view cameras won’t be issued by today’s deadline and may be delayed until after November’s presidential election, regulators said.
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