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Tractor Trailer Crash Injures Woman While Backing Up

A Clinton, Missouri woman sustained injuries in a Missouri trucking accident after a tractor trailer reversed into her at 8:15am on April 8, 2011. Truck driver Jordan T. Nelson, 22, of Altamont, Illinois reversed at a traffic signal on Business 13 just south of MO-7 in Henry County, Missouri. Nelson crashed a 1997 Peterbilt into
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December 4th, 2011 by

Drunk Driving Tow Truck Accident Leads To Charges

54 year old Kansas City tow truck driver Floyd R. Helton caused a Kansas City Missouri tow truck accident while intoxicated. According to reports, Helton ran a stop sign at Ninth and Wyandotte streets late Saturday afternoon. Helton crashed into an SUV after running the stop sign. The Kansas City tow truck accident resulted in
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April 10th, 2011 by

FMCSA Rules On On-board Recorders To Change in June

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and Department of Transportation have amended safety regulations relating to the use of electronic on-board recorders (EOBRs) on tractor trailers. The new rules, which go into effect June 4, will update specifications for such devices and mandate that some trucking companies with multiple violations of the Hours of
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May 10th, 2010 by

Trucking Regulations Could See Changes In Coming Years

The regulations governing the trucking industry are under constant debate in the industry. In an effort to reduce tractor trailer crash deaths and injuries here in Missouri and across the country, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration makes these regulations, which are often fought by the trucking industry. A few of these regulations in particular
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November 22nd, 2009 by

State May Move To Truck Only Lanes To Avoid Injury Accidents

Some Missouri officials are debating a plan to limit catastrophic tractor trailer crashes and the serious personal injury that comes with them by adding extra truck-only lanes to Interstate 70, according to a report in the Kansas City Star. The Star reports that officials have completed a study that suggests adding four lanes to I-70
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July 16th, 2009 by

Highway Workers Barred From Texting And Driving

The Missouri Department of Transportation has officially banned employees from sending text messages while driving MoDOT vehicles or while on the clock in their own vehicles. The new policy is designed to reduce the number of large truck accidents in Missouri. It comes on the heels of a recent statewide law that bans all drivers
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February 11th, 2009 by

Texting Ban For Truckers Could Become Permanent

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has proposed making permanent the interim ban on texting while driving for tractor trailer drivers. The new rule would punish drivers or companies that don’t observe the texting ban with civil penalties and possible loss of license. In January, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced an immediate ban on text
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January 1st, 1970 by

Truck Driver Fatigue A Major Cause Of Accidents

Tractor trailer drivers are responsible for safely driving an extremely large vehicle that could be hauling thousands of pounds of cargo. Because of their size, these large trucks can cause significant personal injury in an accident. These risk factors mean a truck driver has to remain extra alert and vigilant. Unfortunately, driver fatigue is a
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