The driver perception of video has changed
With cameras nearly everywhere – in stores and truck stops, at intersections and on the road – drivers are more open to the idea of having a camera in their cab. They hear stories of their colleagues being exonerated when blamed for an incident that was not their fault. They see drivers’ CDLs saved by video that showed they didn’t do anything wrong. And, they see drivers being recognized (and being paid) for their safe driving.
As a result, fleets are finding that drivers no longer push back. In fact, many drivers install their own cameras for protection.
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