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May 2014 Archives

Almost a year later, trucking industry reflects on new rules

Anyone who has ever taken a long road trip knows that at a certain point, the body and mind just can't stay awake any longer. With summer just beginning, many in Northern Virginia are likely preparing for their seasonal trips, planning itineraries and places to stop along the way. Traveling on highways and interstates means sharing the road with trucks, which is why it's extra important to leave adequate time for rest. A drowsy driver, either behind the wheel of a passenger car or a semi truck, can easily cause a car or truck crash.

Mini-bike accident claims life of Fairfax 17-year-old

Teenagers are usually the picture of vibrant youth: happy, energetic and ready to take on the world. Since teens are so often the epitome of life in motion, it's always shocking when someone in that age group passes away. Too frequently, fatal motor vehicle accidents steal the lives of those just entering adulthood.

New technology could help curb commercial vehicle accidents

Like any other field, the commercial transportation industry is constantly looking for new ways to increase safety, and move forward with progressive improvements. Recently, the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute revealed that a new innovation has the ability to save lives by correcting the potentially dangerous behavior of a truck driver behind the wheel.

Hit-and-run accident in Virginia kills tow truck driver

Due to the imposing size and weight of most trucks, when people hear about a truck accident it may be easy to assume that the truck driver is less likely to suffer and injury. However, truck drivers are just as vulnerable as everyone else when a drunk driver is on the road. An accident is made even more tragic when the tow truck driver is on the road trying to help a stranded driver and is caught in the path of an intoxicated motorist.

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