Posted Wednesday, July 19, 2006 9:10 AM | Contributed by Jeff
Delaware relies on the ride operator's insurance company to conduct an annual inspection, and operators say they'd prefer to keep it that way. They say that the insurance companies have the most at stake, but critics disagree.
Read more from News Journal.
The problem is that there could be a park who is dumped by multiple insurers because their rides won't pass the insurers inspectors, so they go and look for a company who will pass them for inspection.
In a regular situation this can work fine, but when you get to extremes it might break down a bit. Still a good example of how capitalism can check itself.
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