Anyone noticing that the talking heads in safety are starting to back down as far as coaching and discipline lately? I've been driving camera trucks more often and I'm noticing the cameras are going off less and less. The following distance trigger point is much closer to the truck now, and I can't even make them go off for lane deviation AT ALL anymore. I could probably go all night on my run without setting one off at all, if it wasn't for a couple bad spots in the road that always shake the truck to hell. The coaching of frivolous offenses has also dropped off, too. I've had a couple incidents I was just SURE were going to get me a coaching, but never even heard anything about them afterwards. Hopefully this is a sign that they are finally acknowledging the fact that they will have to make the choice between overbearing micromanagement or driver retention. Thoughts?