One of my biggest fears on the highway is an eighteen-wheeler crashing into my car with the kids in the back seat. If you've ever seen an eighteen-wheeler overturned on the side of the road or the devastation caused when a truck collides with a passenger car, you know what I mean...
If you are injured because of another driver's negligence, you are entitled to collect damages - regardless of what kind of vehicle either of you was driving.
Many truckers are not happy about new federal rules that require them to keep track of the hours they work using an electronic-logging device (ELD).
You should always be extra cautious and a little nervous when sharing the road with commercial trucks. They're much heavier and harder to control than the car or SUV you're driving, and, when they crash, they are far more likely to cause devastating injuries and even death.
A truck driver was charged with manslaughter last week after a fatal crash - Oklahoma Highway Patrol officials said that he falsified information in his driver log.
A teenager was killed Tuesday when her SUV was struck by a tractor-trailer in Conway.
Accidents involving commercial trucks are different. Big trucks cause more damage, more injuries, and more deaths than any other kind of vehicle.
A hazmat team is securing a site in Galivants Ferry after a tractor-trailer turned over and leaked fuel, and residents have been warned to stay away from the area. Fortunately, no one has been reported injured.
Car wrecks are bad enough. If you get into a wreck with a commercial van, a flatbed truck, or an 18-wheeler, the damage and injuries can be catastrophic and incredibly costly.
We've all been there - you're driving down the road with the kids yelling in the back seat, and another driver turns out in front of you.