NATIONAL PARK SERVICE — An insurance company is asking people who drive at night to stop putting the devices in their car.
Insurance company Accident & Insure says it has a policy against people driving at night.
The policy states: “No one should use an accident-related device in a vehicle that may cause injury or property damage.”
Insurer Accident&Insure says people who put a device in their vehicle can be charged $100 to $500, depending on the damage.
“It’s the driver’s responsibility to check with the owner of the vehicle and report any suspicious behavior to our collision-prevention and enforcement teams,” the company says.
It says the policy applies to all vehicles, including children’s vehicles.
A message left for Accident Insurance was not immediately returned.
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