DriveCam....

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

  1. sapamil

    sapamil Medium Load Member

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    so lettem watch if ya are,nt doing anything wrong ya don,t have to worry
     
  2. Old - School

    Old - School Medium Load Member

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    LOL.........
     
  3. Boomer 1

    Boomer 1 Medium Load Member

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    I can't wait for sap to get one and roll down hill to fast and deal with the messages!
     
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  4. sapamil

    sapamil Medium Load Member

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    heck I,m one of those that gets passed by other millis trks going down hill I,m the slow poke rrriiiggghhhttt
     
  5. L.B.

    L.B. Third Generation Truck Driver

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    wow! Couldn't have quoted their propaganda better if you were reading it right from the brochure.

    By that rationale, we wouldn't need lawyers to protect innocent people.
     
  6. 900,000-tons-of-steel

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

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  7. bn2001

    bn2001 Bobtail Member

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    Do you know if the camera resets if the cable is unplugged?
     
  8. king Q

    king Q Road Train Member

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    I don't think so but we get an alert that the camera has lost power. Actually it does not reset as we have retrieved previously recorded clips and even one of the person unplugging the camera.
     
  9. OldManBlue

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    This isn't a tool to 'coach' drivers to be safer, etc., this is a tool to relieve liability from Millis if the driver wasn't doing everything exactly right. Anything, really, can qualify as not right. One hand on the wheel, drinking coffee, listening to loud music, and so on. Not much different from law enforcement liability. If a cop is doing things right by policy when he/she shoots someone, the agency will defend him/her. If policy isn't being followed, the cop can be cut loose (i.e., it wasn't the agency's fault the cop wasn't following policy). Same deal with driving. If the driver isn't perfectly following policy, Millis will say it wasn't their fault the driver was acting outside the scope of his responsibilities. All about lightening the liability load for Millis.
     
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  10. Waterboy334

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