Scranton garbage and recycling trucks are being equipped with a little something extra -- to help prevent accidents. Trucks used by the department of public works will soon have a small, high-tech television camera designed to give the driver a view behind his truck. The city has been looking for ways to make the trucks safer since last year when one of the rigs backed into a worker and killed him. The cameras will let drivers see directly behind and to the side of their trucks. They can be kept on constantly or used only when the truck is shifted into reverse. Sam Vitris: "These things are going to probably save somebody`s life. They`re probably going to save property damage not to mention the safety factor that comes with the public. I mean, you know, all around these are good." Each of the video systems has a price tag of about two-thousand dollars.