For anyone new or not in the know, I have it on good, first hand authority from a disciplined driver that those rear view camera feeds are recorded and stored for future reference. This particular driver inadvertently drove over and damaged the edge of someone's lawn. That property owner complained to the company, and the driver was then called onto the carpet in his center manager's office for an 'instant replay' of his driving several days later. His center manager had the video feed from this driver's package car's rear view camera on his office computer screen. Being a new, seasonal driver, he was promptly terminated, even after offering to personally make financial restitution to the property owner for the damage he caused. Seems like kind of a very arbitrary and capricious punishment for a first time incident/accident, yet I digress. So anyways, I guess, file this under 'the more you know.'