Video-Based Safety: Myth vs Reality

May 17, 2017
By December 18, 2017, commercial vehicle drivers using paper logbooks to record and track their hours of service (HOS) data must switch over to an electronic logging device (ELD) that automatically (and, obviously, electronically) records their “on-duty” activity

Learn the Truth Behind the Myths

If you own or manage a fleet, collisions happen. But, why?

Leading fleets are adding on-board video-based performance improvement platforms to their safety programs to get the answers they need. As you debate whether or not you’re ready for video safety, you might be facing a few questions of your own:

• How will I make time to review all of the video and data?
• Will my drivers push back?
• Will video, alone, solve my problems?
• Why do I need to see what my drivers are doing in the cab?

Get answers to your most nagging questions and bust the myths that plague the video safety industry. Download “Myths vs. Reality” and learn the reality behind the myths.

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