Car owners should soon be able to ban others from using data in their car's "black box."
The Senate voted 27-0 to pass HB127. Because it was amended, it was sent back to the House for further consideration.
It would clarify that data in "black boxes" in newer vehicles belong to the vehicle's owners, and can be accessed only with permission of at least one of them. The data recorders track such things as speed, direction, steering performance and when brakes or seat belts are used.