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Why is Truck Driving a Deadly Profession?

Approximately 3,660 people were fatalities in large truck accidents in 2014. As a result of their large size in comparison to smaller passenger vehicles, only 16 percent of those deaths were of truck drivers. However, these drivers have a high risk of death due to their working conditions. Aside from commercial motor vehicle accidents, why…

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How Poor Maintenance Leads to Comm. M.V. Accidents

Thousands of motorists are fatalities in large truck accidents each year, including the drivers themselves. When driving in a passenger car or riding on a motorcycle, the size difference between you and a commercial motor vehicle is unfortunately not in your favor. It is important to understand that not all large truck accidents are the…

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3 Dangers Associated with Long-Distance Truck Driving

Time magazine once named truck driving as one of the 10 most dangerous occupations. While driving a large vehicle many miles through potentially harsh weather conditions presents a challenge, the stresses come from the hours drivers are expected to work and associated health conditions. Hours on the Road Federal regulations specify how many hours truckers…

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4 Driving Dangers Involving Trucks

As a motorist, you see how large they are as you drive along the highway, but do you realize that the typical semi tractor trailer weighs 80,000 pounds? In comparison, the average passenger vehicle is just 3,000 pounds. Because of this difference, accidents involving cars and trucks are severe, resulting in damage and even fatalities….

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The Worst Time to Drive: By Hour, Day & Month

When are you more likely to get into an auto accident? While you may follow the rule of the road, certain times of the year are less safe than others: By Month Summer’s the least-safe month to drive, with August being its peak. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the…

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