Returning to an old job, I just requested an automatic and drive cam.

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by passport220, Apr 14, 2018.

  1. driverdriver

    driverdriver Road Train Member

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    A blonde what, lol.
     
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    Lol Zing!
     
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  7. Dumdriver

    Dumdriver Road Train Member

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    I see you’re trying, but that’s just hearsay. There’s no REAL situation where a camera in your face can protect you. The reasons you state are silly. You have phone records to prove you weren’t on the phone- and believe they WILL be pulled in an accident. And stop with the no seat belt thing. Lol. You’re reaching. I’ll give you credit for effort though
     
  8. passport220

    passport220 Road Train Member

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    Yes, the ONLY reason someone could claim you are using your phone is to make a documented phone call. You got me, there has never been a dispute about if a seat belt was in place or not. It has NOT been discussed right here on the forum in the past.

    Stop wasting my time with demands for examples if you are just going to be hard headed about it.
     
  9. Dumdriver

    Dumdriver Road Train Member

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    Then come up with a real life example to back YOUR claim that they protect you. Something better than “I clicked my seat belt off to get the registration, but check the camera I was wearing it”.

    You see, I’m a professional. I handle myself professionally and I expect to be treated that way. Now, if I give you a reason to treat me like a child then by all means go for it. Till then, my record speaks for itself and I’ll continue to enjoy being treated with the respect I’m quite certain I’ve earmed.

    Like I said, there’s no situation in which a camera pointed at my face can protect me. Not as long as I continue to do the right thing.
     
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    Then drop the childish demands over, over and over again for examples that ignored several times. You don't find a use for the cams, fine, we get it. Drop it.
     
  11. Dumdriver

    Dumdriver Road Train Member

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    Not childish at all. Asked you to back up YOUR claim. Which you still have yet to do. Don’t say things that aren’t true and then start name calling when someone calls you on it. Oh, and I never “demanded over and over and over again”. I actually politely asked. Let’s calm down on the hyperbole

    And I’m happy to drop it, it’s pretty clear to everyone that a camera pointing in a drivers face doesn’t protect the driver, as “some” would claim. Consider it dropped
     
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