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Texas in the Top 10 for Hit-and-Run Fatalities

There’s a troubling trend on our nation’s roads: the number of hit-and-run fatalities has risen since 2006 by a considerable amount. The American Automobile Association (AAA) conducted the research that uncovered the rising trend after analyzing traffic data from 2006 through 2016. In the state of Texas, there was a 30 percent rise just from...

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Better Truck Safety Standards Could Have Prevented Deaths

A crash in June 2016 that resulted in six fatalities and five injuries may have been lessened or prevented entirely if enhanced safety standards were implemented and a crash mitigation system had been installed. Both vehicles, a tractor trailer and an SUV, were traveling under conditions that contributed to the crash. The National Transportation Safety...

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Essential Safety Tips for Truck Drivers

Truck drivers have a vital role in fueling the country's economy by transporting goods and materials from point A to point B. The immense size of their vehicles is designed to carry as much product as possible, but this immense size creates a lot of limitations for the vehicle and requires great skill by the...

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Drowsy Driving A Major Threat In Texas

There are many factors that can cause or influence a car accident. Due in part to a lack of accurate testing available after an accident has occurred, one of the hardest factors to accurately track is drowsiness. However, AAA was able to collect facial data in the three minutes prior to recorded accidents. AAA was able to...

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Truck Reverse Regulation in Texas Can Save Lives

There is a great amount of activity happening on and near work sites. Many of these come with dangers that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulates, but one glaring omission is work trucks traveling in reverse. While there is one federal regulation in place, Jay Withrow tells Safety and Health Magazine that the...

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Disability Hearing Wait Times Hurting Texans

Overall, wait times for Social Security Disability hearings have grown beyond reasonable limits. This isn't the fault of applicants or the staff who take those hearings. The number of applications received per year is on the decline, and judges who work hearings are handling as many cases as they can. However, this is little comfort...

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Preventing Pedestrian Accidents in Parking Areas

Parking lot and parking garage accidents can be far more complex than crashes that occur on standard roadways, especially for pedestrians. Pedestrians must always be extra vigilant of speeders, vehicles backing up, distracted drivers and hazardous weather conditions. Despite the low speeds typically traveled in parking areas, accidents involving pedestrians can be catastrophic and even...

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Infotainment Systems are a Distraction for Texas Drivers

As technology has progressed over the years, infotainment has become more and more prevalent in our everyday lives. Everything you could ever want is now only a fingertip away. Vehicles are now equipped with voice-activated dialing, back-up cameras, and maps for every corner of the globe. Not long ago, all you cared about when you...

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High turnover rates increase risks in the trucking industry

Dangerously High Turnover Rates in the Trucking Industry  With millions of trucks on the road every day across the US, the extremely high turnover rate among trucking companies has drastically increased the danger of an already hazardous job. The turnover rate among many trucking companies is as high as 90% or nearly 100%. This means...

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Senate Bill 4 Threatens Immigrants and Sanctuary Cities

Texas is currently wrestling with the question of how to handle sanctuary areas, which are local governments that have refused to enforce federal immigration violations. This includes refusing to honor federal detainer requests for immigrants being held in local jails for low-level offenses. While the Republican-led state government believes that these locations need to cooperate or...

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