Companies currently using driver cameras...

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

  1. sevenmph

    sevenmph Road Train Member

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    Yep. I like the money here and I'm in very good standing. However, this will end my time here.
     
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  2. RoadCall

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    I think this thread should be put to bed and start one about companies that DONT use cameras. It would be much shorter to sort through
     
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  3. mathematrucker

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    The full list just needs to be reposted every once in a while by one person who sorts through the posts so the rest of us don't have to. A list of companies that are confirmed to have no cameras would also be very useful and could be included in this same thread together with the other one.
     
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  4. RoadCall

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    No, As I said, a new thread of companies without cameras would be much shorter and easier to sort through.
     
  5. mathematrucker

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    Do you have any data to back that up? It's possible that more than 50% of companies have them (say among all companies with 50+ trucks) but I would bet against it.
     
  6. uplander

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    landair has lytx.

    if you dont fully stop for stop signs it sends a video report.

    it reads speed limit signs, if you are driving over the limit when you pass the sign it sends video footage.

    if you cross the white line to your right for any reason, avoiding pothole, derbis in road, trying to put more space between you and the truck passing to your left it sends video reports.

    if you slow or stop too hard, for say a stop light that just turned yellow, it sends video footage.

    if theres a dumb #### that keeps going from 55 to 65 and you keep catching up to em and "following to closly" and you cant pass em cause your truck does 62, it sends video reports. if for any reason you are too close behind someone, your fault or not, it sends video reports.
     
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  7. Flatbedder409

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  8. Gamgee

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    Then what?
    What do they do eith those video reports?
    And.
    I thought the cam was facing the driver.
    Like watching him/her picking her nose.

    Exactly where is/are these cameras facing? Where are they.

    Oh and. There are cameras in most work places now. Only yeah. When I saw this thread - I was like. Whoa. In the cab? Better be careful not to get outa the bunk in ur underwear.

    I need to know more.
     
  9. Gamgee

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    So Swift still uses forward driver facing ones? Is this just at the driver seat?
    I was wondering about sleeper privacy.

    Thanks
     
  10. foggy

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    Time to find another company...office folks think they can drive these trucks better than us.....NOT!
     
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