DriveCam Featured on ABC's Good Morning America

- Introduced as innovative safety technology that changes driver behavior -
DriveCam Video Systems, the leader in knowledge-based systems that improve driving behavior, was featured on ABC TV's Good Morning America (GMA) program on November 10, 2004.
The GMA segment explained how DriveCam identifies risky driving habits and prevents collisions for commercial fleets.

A recent bus crash in Arkansas prompted producers at GMA to focus on DriveCam's Driving Feedback System. In the segment, Bill Schoolman of Classic Transportation, a motorcoach fleet, explains to ABC News consumer correspondent Greg Hunter how DriveCam has helped him lower insurance costs by more than 50% in one year.

"If you can study and measure bad driving behaviors, then you can be pro-active in working with drivers to correct those behaviors," stated Schoolman. "And that's what DriveCam does."

DriveCam's president and CEO, Bruce Moeller, is also interviewed by correspondent Hunter. Moeller is an expert on using technology to encourage desired employee behavior and improve profitability for businesses.

"Most accidents are not caused by unsafe cars or dangerous roads, but by drivers making mistakes. In fact, 95% of all accidents are as a result of risky driving behavior," said Moeller. "DriveCam is the only system that takes the risk out of driving by focusing on the driver's behavior."

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About DriveCam Video Systems

drivecam.jpgDriveCam Video Systems is the leading provider of knowledge-based systems that identify and improve unsafe driving behavior for commercial fleets.
Based in San Diego, the company's Driving Feedback System has reduced annual collision rates and corresponding operating costs by as much as 70%.
DriveCam's Driving Feedback System consists of a vehicle-mounted digital video event recorder, an event download system, enterprise software for analyzing events and counseling drivers, and consulting services. Additional information is available at
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