Commuters drive next to semi-trucks every day. Educate yourself about the laws that affect your morning and evening drive.

But this not a universally shared view, as some carriers believe that dual-cameras (ones that face forward and toward the driver) are helping to improve road safety.

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.

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

If you have a long commute, or you just drive on the highway a lot, you probably get annoyed at a truck driver every now and then. No matter how courteous and professional a truck driver is, there is no getting around the fact that semi-trucks are large vehicles that take up a great deal of space on the road. They are also tall and boxy, which makes it tough to see around them.

V-103 teams up with Dallas accident lawyer Amy Witherite from Eberstein & Witherite, LLP to tell Atlanta they have someone in their corner when involved in a truck wreck.

Truck accidents are frustratingly common. There are about 10 million auto accidents in the U.S. every year, including everything from semi-truck crashes to parking lot fender benders. Fortunately, comparatively few car accidents are fatal. According to the National Safety Council, just three in 1,000 auto accidents results in loss of life.