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  • January
    07 2020

    4 Tips for Driving 18-Wheelers in Risky, ‘Too-Fast’ Conditions

    Nearly 1 in 4 commercial truck accidents occurs because drivers go too fast for the conditions present.1 That doesn’t always mean truckers are speeding. It means they haven’t adjusted their speed to account for poor weather or road conditions and that perhaps the company has not trained them on the literature pertaining to adverse weather […]

  • September
    19 2019

    When, Why & Where Truck Accidents Happen

    Since 2016, truck accidents resulting in injuries and death have been on the rise. In fact, while wrecks causing injuries have increased by at least 4 percent, fatal truck crashes have surged by about 10 percent.1 As experts work to turn this trend around, here’s what you need to know about when, why, and where […]

  • July
    22 2019

    How to Avoid “Zoning Out” While Driving

    Staying focused behind the wheel is always crucial. But it’s not always easy. In fact, distracted drivers cause far too many accidents, and all of these crashes are 100 percent preventable. On a daily basis, at least 8 people in the U.S. are killed by a distracted driver.1 Sometimes, the distraction may be from a […]

  • July
    18 2019

    Fatal Truck Accidents Have Doubled on the “Death Highway” to West Texas Oil Fields

    One of the main roads used to take supplies to and from West Texas’s oil fields has been dubbed the “Death Highway.” Route 285 earned this ominous nickname due to the dramatic surge in deadly truck accidents that have occurred on its lanes in recent years. In fact, 93 people were killed in trucking wrecks […]

  • April
    24 2019

    Truck Loading Dock Injuries: What You MUST Know Whenever You’re in or Around a Loading Bay

    Loading docks are busy hubs where trucks, products, and heavy equipment are regularly on the move. In fact, loading docks (also known as loading bays) are considered to be one of the most dangerous areas in warehouses, distribution centers, and truck terminals. Whether you’re a trucker, a dockhand, a forklift driver, or anyone else who […]