I saw a news clip stating that auto manufactures are installing BLACK
BOXES in cars that record speed and a few other items.
Wondering if anyone knows if BLACK BOXES were installed in 1998 Vetts?
If yes, where can I find information about locating the box and
Please reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Obviously, remove mapson in the above E-mail address to reply.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Regards to all.
Start with http://www.seniormag.com/headlines/blackboxcars.htm . Yes,
you are being watched.
Then go to
OH!!!! Over 5500 web pages describing this diabolical plot!!!
1.3 million pages on Black Helicopters!!!
But luckily there is hope. Go here first http://zapatopi.net/afdb.html
Once you are protected then they won't realize that you are on to them
and you can safely disconnect your black box.
Funny, the cpus in all cars hvae been recording a rolling history for many
You can even buy devices at the car parts store to extract that data
In the future, much, much more is going to be recorded and all cars will
have active GPS and transmitters.
Did you know your cell phines have had gps on-chip for a number of years?
Well they have, as I'm in the asic business.
They may not be turned on yet, but they can and will be soon.
Not as well known is that there is a 30 second voice recording loop in the
cockpit as well that allows investigators to play back sounds in the
preceding 30 seconds, most often following a crash or accident.
As one might expect, there are the usual "Oh s..t", "Mother f....r" and
similar comments, with no particular pattern except for cars in certain
states, where a recurring statement "Hey y'all, watch this!" shows up
Sorry, but about every 4 months someone comes here all paranoid about
the 5 second crash recorder. IF you are really interested, read up at
the following link.
Also eyeball << http://www-nrd.nhtsa.dot.gov/edr-site/ . That page
has a good history of fed actions and rulings that "encouraged" the car
makers to foot the bill for the EDRs. Draw your own conclusions!
Bob I concisely offered:
here on L.I. the box was used to force a plea deal on a high speed
crash. 18 yr.old kid doing 130 mph in his '00 vette killed a couple. they
were going to fight in court until the black box was allowed into evidence.
personally I think an 18 yr.old shouldn't be driving such a fast car
anyway,but daddy bought him the car.
Simply saved everybody a lot of time in proving the facts. THAT 18 year
old obviously had no business having a car of this caliber, but could
have done the same or more damage with a "lesser" vehicle that weighed
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