who has accsess to the black box data

Asked by Sep 10, 2013 at 02:04 PM

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NTSB, some insurance companies, some police agencies. Or good high power magnet

The data recorder that records speed, throttle, brake applied (or lack of) engine rpm and other data that is frozen and recorded in the instant of a collision is legally accesses by the law enforcement agency that does the accident investigation, insurance companies, all insurance companies involved in a multi-car wreck and any lawyers involved representing any party involved (and by that the individual involved in accident), and the DA if there is any criminal wrongdoing (DUI) or anything allegedly criminal activity involved or suspected

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