When you’re driving on the highway, it can sometimes feel like you’ve somehow ended up in the middle of a NASCAR race instead of your daily commute.

When it comes to knowing the roads, perhaps no other profession has as deep of a knowledge base as truck drivers. Semi-truck operators spend their workdays crisscrossing the country, and they’re exposed to all sorts of road conditions.

Tasked with moving nuclear weapons and their parts between military bases and weapons facilities located around the country, including Texas, the trucks within the Office of Secure Transportation cover about 3 million miles each year.

Established in 2001, the Dallas-based law firm of Witherite Law Group is specialized in helping injured people and their families with committed service and support when facing the result of a car wreck or truck wreck that has caused their lives to stop.

Texas truck accident lawyer Amy Witherite explains, “Many people jump aboard a bus without thinking about whether the bus company or the driver is qualified to operate the bus safely. By taking advantage of the free tools available to help you do a quick background check on the charter company, you can have some extra peace of mind before your trip.”  

A team of researchers at Iowa State University claim that big data could improve safety and productivity in the trucking industry.

According to a notice from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a Tennessee semi-truck driver has been declared an “imminent hazard to public safety” and ordered to stay off the road.

Many people drive over a bridge every single day, and it’s safe to assume most of them don’t think twice about it. When a bridge is part of your commute, you simply take it in stride — and you assume it’s safe to cross.

Dallas Truck Accident attorney examines truck inspection exemptions and how they could affect number of truck accidents.

Because the trailer portion of a tractor-trailer sits so high off the ground, trailers are particularly hazardous for passenger vehicles, which can easily slide under the trailer in a crash.