Companies currently using driver cameras...

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by MACK E-6, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. Speedy356

    Speedy356 Bobtail Member

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    FXF has had outward facing cameras for a few years now. They haven’t said anything about driver facing cameras yet, yet being the operative word.

    FXG is a whole different animal, they re 100% contractor model.
     
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  3. insipidtoast

    insipidtoast Medium Load Member

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    This whole thread needs to be converted into a wiki format.
     
  4. fcfightermma

    fcfightermma Bobtail Member

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    Let’s just say every big Carrier
     
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  5. LeedoShuffler

    LeedoShuffler Light Load Member

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    Check out Magnum logistics out of Fargo, ND. Great pay, equipment, lanes and culture. Oh, and no driver facing cameras. If you get serious or get hired please message me and I’ll shoot you my driver ID for referral purposes. I don’t try to make referrals a income steam (2 in 5!years) but I do brag about this company at often.
     
  6. aramil248

    aramil248 Medium Load Member

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    You do realize how old my message was? I'm currently in a good place unless Bison screws us over with the sale
     
  7. Shiba

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    KAG is starting to install Lytx cameras in new trucks. Just saw a few brand new 579s in Amarillo with them. Supposedly the driver-facing cameras are disabled, but I'm covering them to be sure.
     
  8. Cdemars316

    Cdemars316 Bobtail Member

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    Ruan has driver facing, cameras now, in all trucks, I don't care about it in a daycab but in a sleeper truck it is a total no go
     
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  9. striker

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    I realize this is an old post.

    Until the day you can prove to me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the camera is not always recording the interior of the truck, I don't want one.

    But "it's their truck and property", until the day the bank hands you the deed to your house, it's still theirs, following that logic, tomorrow the bank is prohibiting smoking, drugs, and alcohol in THEIR HOUSE, they will also be prohibiting cooking with grease or allowing those under the age of 18 to use cooking appliances, cameras will be installed to insure compliance in THEIR HOUSE, THEIR PROPERTY, they have a vested interest in keeping it from being burned to the ground or otherwise destroyed.
     
  10. striker

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    If you use qualicom or similar for dispatching, they can work the live feed through that
     
  11. striker

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    Most all food service companies are union and have driver/road facing cameras, UPS is doing the same slowly
     
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  12. Grouch

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    My son is a "feeder driver" for UPS and he said that he hasn't seen or heard any evidence of that.
     
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