Truck Accidents

Can Trucks Drive in the Left Lane in Florida?

Commercial trucks are the undisputed kings of the road. Weighing in at double-digit tons, they are significantly larger than almost any other vehicles on the road. Because tractor-trailers are so large, they create a level of danger that other vehicles don’t. To combat this, they are held to restrictions that most other vehicles aren’t. In… read more

Trucking Regulations 2022: Everything You Need To Know

The trucking industry is responsible for moving billions of dollars of goods throughout the country each year. Because commercial trucking is a large industry and involves interstate commerce, there are many federal regulations that truck drivers and trucking companies must follow. Many trucking regulations are safety laws designed to reduce the number of large truck… read more

What is MCS-90?

Unless you work in commercial trucking in some capacity, you’ve probably never heard of MCS-90. This is the case for most people – until they’re involved in a trucking accident. Like any driver, commercial truck drivers are required to carry insurance. In addition to the regular insurance covering a truck, there’s usually an add-on endorsement… read more

Blind Spot Truck Accidents

All types of motor vehicle accidents can cause injury. However, some types of accidents have a greater potential to cause serious harm than others. Often, accidents involving large commercial trucks cause the most serious injuries. They may even result in death. Truck accidents may occur for several reasons. They often happen when a truck changes… read more

Where Are the 4 Blind Spots on an 18-Wheeler?

The four blind spots on an 18-wheeler are located on each side of the truck and in the rear and front of the truck. The blind spots are referred to as “no zones” because motorists should not drive in a tractor-trailer’s blind spots. The truck driver cannot see vehicles within the truck’s blind spots. It… read more

How Much Does a Semi Truck Weigh?

We share the road with semi-trucks in Florida each day. These large vehicles are responsible for transporting goods efficiently and effectively throughout the country. However, sharing the road with commercial vehicles can be dangerous. One of the reasons large trucks pose a danger to others on the road is their size. The weight and size… read more