Sep 272014
 September 27, 2014  Posted by  Business, Surveillance

Nick Bunkley reports:

An “industry exclusive” feature that General Motors touted to buyers of the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray could inadvertently get owners in trouble with the law in some states.

A bulletin GM sent to dealers this week says they should tell customers not to use the “valet mode” of the car’s performance data recorder until the software is updated.

The update, expected to be available “early next month,” is necessary to ensure customers use the feature “consistent with legal requirements that pertain to audio recording devices,” the bulletin said.

Read more on Automotive News.

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