DriveCam....

Discussion in 'Millis' started by Cooper09, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. "Hang - Man"

    "Hang - Man" Heavy Load Member

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    That isnt actually my quote --i had copy and pasted - i didnt know how to quote a piece of someones post.



    There are no cameras in the sleeper berth. Mine was mounted on the top right portion of the windshield inside the cab facing the driver.[/QUOTE]
     
  2. 77smartin

    77smartin Road Train Member

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    [QUOTE="Hang - Man";3773970]That isnt actually my quote --i had copy and pasted - i didnt know how to quote a piece of someones post.



    There are no cameras in the sleeper berth. Mine was mounted on the top right portion of the windshield inside the cab facing the driver.[/QUOTE][/QUOTE]
    Hey that wasn't my quote! That was someone else's quote who I quoted but didn't know how to quote the original quote...now quote that! :)
     
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  3. sapamil

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    Hey that wasn't my quote! That was someone else's quote who I quoted but didn't know how to quote the original quote...now quote that! :)[/QUOTE]
    quoted
     
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  4. bryanrutledge

    bryanrutledge Light Load Member

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    quoted[/QUOTE]double quoted
     
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  5. queball

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    The company I work for also uses the drive cam to monitor speed violations. They use a "reliable" national speed limit database to match your speed with that of the database. If you exceed the speed limit, it registers it and sends the incident to the carrier. I got a call from safety for driving 1 mph over speed limit while driving through hilly stretch of highway. I have now been disqualified from receiving my quarterly safety bonus. I can see how these cams will pay for them self.
     
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  6. Myoneload

    Myoneload Light Load Member

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    Got my camera installed this week. Takes some tiime to get use to. I keep thinking someone is watching me all the time. Maybe I will get use to it soon.
     
  7. 900,000-tons-of-steel

    900,000-tons-of-steel Road Train Member

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    They -are- watching you. Believe it.
     
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  8. rubberducky68

    rubberducky68 Road Train Member

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    Screw that....I would be gone.
     
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  9. 77smartin

    77smartin Road Train Member

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    You won't get used to it...you will learn to deal with in a professional manner...then realize you can move on to a better job.
     
  10. wyldhorses

    wyldhorses Medium Load Member

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    For now. In a few short years every dang truck on the road will have a camera in it. Insurance companies will say it costs 1000 to insure a truck with a camera, and it will cost you 10,000 to insure your truck if you don't have a camera. Every truck on the road except a two truck operation from the like of Billy Bob's outlaw trucking company with a confederate flag on the front will have a camera in it.
     
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