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Blog Posts in November, 2011

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  • Serious Violations not Serious Enough To Keep Truckers Off Road
    Serious Violations not Serious Enough To Keep Truckers Off Road

    Last week we referred to a recent investigation by WEWS-TV into the loopholes in federal regulations that allow some truck drivers to remain behind the wheel despite speeding tickets or truck ...

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  • Lower Prices Come With Higher Fatal Accident Rate
    Lower Prices Come With Higher Fatal Accident Rate

    Curbside buses pick up passengers from street corners, parking lots and more spots than conventional bus operators, but also have a fatal accident rate seven times higher than other types of ...

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  • Spring Forward, Fall Back, Drowsy Driving Always Dangerous
    Spring Forward, Fall Back, Drowsy Driving Always Dangerous

    A National Transportation Safety Board report commissioned by Senator Charles E. Schumer and Representative Nydia M. Velázquez Velazquez “identified driver fatigue as an issue on its Most Wanted List ...

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  • Kentucky Company Ordered To Pay $7 Million For 2008 Crash
    Kentucky Company Ordered To Pay $7 Million For 2008 Crash

    A federal jury found that a Kentucky timber company was at fault in a 2008 crash that killed 42-year-old Roger Reagan. WXIX-TV reported on November 12, 2011, that 54-year-old Morgan Quisenberry had ...

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  • Semi Leaves Scene Of School Bus Crash
    Semi Leaves Scene Of School Bus Crash

    A bus carrying 19 people, including 16 fourth-grade students, two teachers and a driver, rolled over on Interstate 65 after being struck by a tractor-trailer, the Courier-Journal reported on November ...

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  • Car And Semi Collide, But Who's At Fault?
    Car And Semi Collide, But Who's At Fault?

    A collision between a car and a tractor-trailer rig sent one woman to the hospital, the Toledo Blade reported on November 1, 2011. Troopers at the Sandusky post of the Ohio Highway Patrol told the ...

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