A 'black box' is a term more commonly used to talk about aircraft. In an aircraft, the black box monitors the plane, how it is flown, the flight path and to discover the cause of aircraft accidents. For a car, the concept is similar. The black box monitors how the car is driven. It is primarily used to reduce car insurance premiums for high-risk drivers. In this article, we aim to answer the question 'What is a black box and why do I need one?'
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