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What Is a Truck “No-Zone”?
What Is a Truck “No-Zone”?

Virtually every vehicle has blind spots. These blind spots are areas around the vehicle that a driver cannot see in their rearview or sideview mirrors. Blind spots require drivers to glance quickly over their shoulder to ensure no vehicle is in their blind spot before ...

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Blog posts in Truck Accident

  • Why High Winds Are So Dangerous for Trucks

    No one likes driving in high winds. The gusts can move your vehicle unexpectedly out of your control for a few seconds. For truck drivers, however, ...

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  • Are There Any Exceptions to the Hours-of-Service Regulations?

    The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) have implemented hours-of-service regulations ...

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  • 3 Sleep Disorders Common in the Trucking Industry

    Trucking is a difficult job. Truckers often drive long distances for many hours with few breaks in between. Such a stressful job takes its toll on ...

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  • 3 Reasons Why It’s Dangerous to Drive a Truck in Bad Weather

    Heavy rain and snow can contribute to tragic accidents, particularly for truck drivers. Below, we discuss three reasons why it’s so dangerous to drive ...

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  • How Often Should a Truck Be Serviced?

    Big-rigs require regular maintenance to function safely on the road. While many people are familiar with how often cars need to be serviced, not ...

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  • Dangerous Trucking Trends: Falsifying Logbooks

    Truck accidents have many causes. Two common trends among truck accidents, however, are the violation of federal hours-of-service regulations and the ...

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  • When Do Most Truck Accidents Occur?

    Despite advances in modern technology, including GPS satellite tracking, electronic logbooks, crash avoidance systems, and more, truck accidents are ...

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  • 3 Common Truck Malfunctions (And How to Prevent Them)

    Trucks are enormous vehicles that require regular care and maintenance. Even one skipped inspection check can lead to a devastating truck accident. ...

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  • Case Study: Obligations That Must Be Met Before Hauling a Load

    Trucking companies have immense responsibility. This is because the vehicles they operate and manage are often heavy-duty tractor-trailers that can ...

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