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Overloaded Truck Accidents

There are many reasons why drivers should keep their distance from large trucks. For starters, they are much bigger than other vehicles and present higher risks for crash fatalities. Many may not realize that trucks carrying freight can cause other types of accidents when improperly secured cargo falls onto roads. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Read More »

Is Poor Training Causing Serious Safety Issues in the Trucking Industry?

The trucking industry is responsible for transporting over 70 percent of freight in the United States. However, according to the American Trucking Associations (ATA), there is a significant shortage of commercial truck drivers in the United States. To keep the supply chain running smoothly, truck companies must hire experienced drivers who have been professionally trained Read More »

Where are California’s Most Dangerous Highways?

California is home to several of the most dangerous highways in the United States, including Route 99 and Interstate 5 (I-5). Hundreds of motorists die in crashes each year on those roads, with many more sustaining serious injuries. ValuePenguin, a curator of data for the insurance and financial industries, ranks Route 99 as the deadliest Read More »

Can Poor Road Conditions Increase the Risk of Truck Accidents?

A truck accident can leave a trail of wreckage, including massive property damage and devastating injuries and fatalities. Unfortunately, because the average truck weighs approximately four times the weight of a regular passenger vehicle, it is usually the occupants of the passenger vehicles who suffer severe injuries. In fact, according to data from the U.S. Read More »


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