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andyman

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yea kinda, but if the owners (managers, buisness owners etc) want to know if there cars are being treated properly its ok as they wouldnt want to be spending unnecessary money etc
 
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It has benefits, and it also has disadvantages. From what Ive read, it gives the owners the option to check in on the car and usages etc.

The other technology is the upgrade of the Holden Assist, that looks pretty fandangled! Good to see Holden moving forward with the advancing technology!
 

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I think it's a good idea. If I leant my car to other people I'd want to know if they'd been thrashing it or not.
 

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Troy711 said:
i reckon its a bit of an invasion of privacy...
Wrong! Just like your employer has EVERY right to read ANY email you have ever sent or received on your work account. Your employer OWNS it, just like they own the vehicle. Remember here, we're talking purely FLEET vehicles. Not salary packaged vehicles or novated lease vehicles. If your work vehicle is supplied as part of your remuneration package, then yes - invasion of privacy becomes an issue. If it's purely a work tool, then GREAT technology I say! :D
 

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Hmm you better be careful now when your out using the fleet car and Nicky from the printing department is with you:eek:
Step outside the Vehicle:p
 

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Our VZ's at work already have data recorders in them (kinda like a black box recorder). When the company first put them in there were a few sackings after blokes were found to be driving at 160 and above. At the time we did not know they were installed. There hidden in the car.
 

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i rekon it kinda depends on whether its a company car thats a tool of trade or a salary sacrifice car.

If i had this in a salary sacrifice car i'd go nuts and probably make sure i got something OTHER than a VE.

if it was in a tool of trade company car then i'd live with it. Not my car so i can understand if the owner wants to keep tabs on what i'm doin with his wheels.
 

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squire_j said:
i rekon it kinda depends on whether its a company car thats a tool of trade or a salary sacrifice car.

If i had this in a salary sacrifice car i'd go nuts and probably make sure i got something OTHER than a VE.

if it was in a tool of trade company car then i'd live with it. Not my car so i can understand if the owner wants to keep tabs on what i'm doin with his wheels.
Um yeah... Looks like you didn't read what I already said mate :whistling
 
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