Category: Truck Accidents
In the first three months of 2019, there has been an increase in the number of accidents caused by drivers failing to move over for emergency responders.
Hundreds of dump trucks travel our roads each day carrying sand, gravel, and other materials. They are considered the backbone of the Florida construction industry, but they may pose dangers to themselves and other motorists.
An amendment calling for the removal of three current truck safety provisions was rejected by members of the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations the first week of June 2019.
Approximately 5,000 people in passenger vehicles die every year in accidents involving semi-trucks, and about 700 people in semi-trucks die each year. Will self-driving semi-trucks lower the numbers?
IIHS reported in March that most pickups need better side protection for passengers.
NHTSA says there was a 41 percent increase in the number of deaths in truck crashes. This increase in preventable truck crashes is unacceptable.
Driving in foggy conditions requires extra care. Experts say more than 500 fatalities happen each year because of fog-related accidents. Here are some safety tips we would like to share with you.
We consider the advocating of safety in preventing motor vehicle accidents an important mission and encourage lawmakers to make safety a priority.
Accident vehicle fires are very dangerous and require immediate action to rescue drivers and passengers. When traffic accident fires happen, they can cause residual fires and injuries, even deaths.
2019 has just begun and already there have been two horrific accidents within three days involving semi-trucks; both accidents occurred on Interstate 75 and took a total of 13 lives.