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Did you know that Commercial Vehicle lights are very important?  However, there is one light, in particular, that if it's burned out or not functioning properly it will put you Out of Service.  It's the rear most turn signal in a trailer or truck. READ MORE >>

Join us in debuting the 2019 Everyday Heroes Truck, built on behalf of Truckers Against Trafficking, and take a tour of TAT's Freedom Drivers Project.  It's a mobile museum educating audiences about the realities of human trafficking and how the American trucking industry is combating this crime. READ MORE >>

Be more cautious with a loaded trailer.  Loaded trailers have a higher center of gravity and sudden speed adjustments may cause the load to shift, leading to skidding or a rollover. Did you know? Large trucks with fully loaded trailers are 10 times more likely to roll over than those with empty trailers. READ MORE >>

Approach an exit/entrance ramp at a safe speed.  Truck rollovers are more likely to occur on exit/entrance ramps when the driver misjudges the sharpness of the ramp curve and enters the curve at an excessive speed. Did you know? READ MORE >>

Speed limits posted on curve warning signs are intended for passenger vehicles, not large trucks.  Large trucks should reduce their speed even further.  Studies have shown that large trucks entering a curve, even at the posted speed limit, have lost control and rolled over due to their high center of gravity. READ MORE >>

Adjust your speed to safely match weather conditions, road conditions, visibility, and traffic.  Driving too fast is a major cause of fatal crashes, and higher speeds may cause more sever crashes.  The Fatality Analysis Reporting System recently reported that 25% of speeding related large truck fatalities occurred during adverse weather conditions. READ MORE >>

Driving too fast for conditions is defined as traveling at a speed that is greater than a reasonable standard for safe driving.  Examples of conditions where drivers may find themselves driving too fast include:  wet roads due to rain, snow, or ice, reduced visibility due to fog, uneven roads, construction zones, curves, intersections, gravel roads, and heavy traffic. READ MORE >>

Whether you’re just out of truck driver school or a seasoned veteran on the roads, winter weather can make operating your rig a tricky proposition.   Here are winter driving safety tips for commercial driver’s to make rational decisions and be safe out on the roads this winter. READ MORE >>

With more than 2700 comments submitted regarding the HOS Reform, the FMCSA has extend the public comment period to October 10th.  In addition to submitting comments online, you can make yourself heard in person at the following events: Saturday, Sept. 22 in Reno, NV Friday, Sept. READ MORE >>

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is currently accepting public comments on possible reform to the Hours of Service rules.  They are committed to making changes but those changes will only come if the industry – truckers included – participate in the rule making process. READ MORE >>

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