CFI And Cameras

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Forrest B.'s Comment
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Does CFI have cameras in the truck? Driver facing or otherwise? Maybe Big Scott can chime in on this. I don’t mind them. I just heard today CFI has them now!

PackRat's Comment
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From what I understand, forward facing, and only triggered by a critical event such as hard brake, cornering too fast (stability), following too closely for too long, hard impact.

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Forrest B.'s Comment
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From what I understand, forward facing, and only triggered by a critical event such as hard brake, cornering too fast (stability), following too closely for too long, hard impact.

Yes I’ve read up on them a little. Doesn’t bother me but the one inside the cab bothers my ride along partner. She was ****ed when she read about it at CFI. I haven’t heard they were doing it but oh well if they do

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Tractor Man's Comment
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From what I understand, forward facing, and only triggered by a critical event such as hard brake, cornering too fast (stability), following too closely for too long, hard impact.

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Yes I’ve read up on them a little. Doesn’t bother me but the one inside the cab bothers my ride along partner. She was ****ed when she read about it at CFI. I haven’t heard they were doing it but oh well if they do

There are about a million threads/comments on that subject on this site. Just type "driver facing cameras" in the search bar.........BTW......make plenty of popcorn ahead of time!

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Snoopy's Comment
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Does CFI have cameras in the truck? Driver facing or otherwise? Maybe Big Scott can chime in on this. I don’t mind them. I just heard today CFI has them now!

Yes CFI does indeed have both cameras now in their trucks. I drove for them and they are currently installing them into all their trucks on a daily basis and when trucks are at the main terminal in Joplin. The front facing one does get triggered when an event happens and the driver facing one only is turned on for a specific reason and the company says that they tell the driver when it would be turned on. Hope this helps.

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A facility where trucking companies operate out of, or their "home base" if you will. A lot of major companies have multiple terminals around the country which usually consist of the main office building, a drop lot for trailers, and sometimes a repair shop and wash facilities.

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