Drive recorder is popular with hometown tax return goods August 23 at 18:05
In response to the incident of “Aori Driving” that occurred on the Joban Expressway in Ibaraki Prefecture, the number of people who choose a drive recorder manufactured by a local company as a return item is increasing rapidly in the hometown tax payment in Ebina City, Kanagawa Prefecture .
In Ebina City, a drive recorder manufactured by a company headquartered in the city is one of the items that are returned as a taxpayer for hometown tax.
According to the city, this year, people who choose a drive recorder as a return item are popular, accounting for about 30% of the total donation.
In particular, the number of applications for Aori Driving incidents on the Joban Expressway in Ibaraki Prefecture has been increasing since one after another, and this month's applications are 113 cases by the 22nd, which is more than double the rate of last month. .
Naomi Sato, director of the Ebina City Commerce and Industry Division, said, “I hope you can use it to protect yourself.”
According to the manufacturer of this drive recorder, orders from new customers are in succession, and the number of shipments this month is already about 1.5 times that of last month.
“Owltech” Engineering Department manager Ogawa Makoto said, “I want to drive a car with safety awareness by attaching a drive recorder”.