Driver Related Information

WARNING — In order to reduce the potential danger of injuries, the driver and front passenger must always be correctly seated and with seat belts correctly fastened when operating the vehicle.

WARNING — The Lytx Event Recorder is a driver aid only and is not a substitute for a safe, conscientious driver.  The Lytx Event Recorder cannot compensate for a driver who is distracted, inattentive or impaired by fatigue, drugs or alcohol.  Whether or not the Lytx Event Recorder is in use, it is always the responsibility of the driver to take appropriate corrective action.  Never wait for the device to provide a warning before taking measures to avoid an accident.  Failure to do so can result in serious personal injury or death or severe property damage.

Always, it is the driver’s responsibility to:

  • Use safe driving techniques
  • Exercise proper judgment
  • Maintain a safe speed and distance between vehicles
  • Take measures to avoid an accident
  • Comply with all applicable laws and regulations

WARNING — In certain conditions, including inclement weather, low visibility, certain road conditions (including poor lane markings, construction zones, dirt roads, heavy or complicated traffic, and curvy and winding roads), the Lytx Event Recorder may have limited to no functionality.  Always keep the lens and view of the Lytx Event Recorder unobstructed and properly calibrated so as not to inhibit function.  Driving in certain conditions or any interference with the Lytx Event Recorder can result in false, few or no warnings.  The driver must always monitor traffic and surroundings and take measures to avoid an accident; failure to do so can result in serious personal injury or death or severe property damage.

WARNING — If the Lytx Event Recorder is not functioning properly at any time, please contact your supervisor and have the device inspected immediately to correct the issue.  Whether or not the Lytx Event Recorder is functioning, it is the driver’s responsibility to maintain vehicle control; failure to do so can result in serious personal injury or death or severe property damage.