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How do we stay safe around trucks on the highways?

Life in America would be very different without trucks. Big rigs like tractor-trailers bring much of our food, clothing and consumer goods to us and keep costs down. As many drivers in Florida know, however, trucks can make driving difficult and occasionally dangerous.

Semi collides with school bus in Alachua County

Floridians have to share the road with each other to keep the people of the state moving. Although walking and driving is generally safe, there are risks to drivers, passengers and pedestrians alike. Clear attention must be paid to the road and vehicles' surroundings at all times.

Florida sheriff's deputy killed in semi accident

Trucks keep Florida's economy together. From the Port of Miami to the land of the Panhandle, semis and other heavy vehicles bring in food, clothing, construction materials and more to a majority of people and businesses in the Sunshine State.

Dump truck collision near Pensacola causes fatality

There are few pleasures in the United States more sublime than hitting the road and experiencing the freedom of finding your own way, whether its a cross-country road trip or a cross-county shopping run. Conversely, there are few surprises that are worse than a car accident.

Avoiding a tractor trailer accident on Florida's roads

Tractor trailers, or semitrucks, are essential to the economy and infrastructure of Florida and the rest of the United States. In a place where supply lines cross from the ocean or the air to the land, trucks - and truck safety - mean enough that extra attention should be paid to their role.

Florida truck crashes injures 2 on Interstate 10

Florida is removed by geography from many of the urban and industrial centers elsewhere in the United States. The state therefore relies heavily on road transportation for the success of its economy. Trucks supply the burgeoning construction industry in Miami, while also bringing produce and goods from Orlando and the coasts to the consumers of the Sunshine State's offerings.

Driver killed in Orlando truck accident

Trucks are essential to the economy of Florida and the rest of the United States. The high concentration of ports and population centers have led to heavy infrastructure across the Sunshine State, with a high number of limited-access highways such as interstates.

Fatal Florida truck accident may be drug-related

Florida's traffic accident record demands that drivers remain alert and aware to maintain safety. The state has seen more than 250,000 collisions so far in 2017, with 1,783 people losing their lives after them. This is a higher count than the same period of 2016.

Semi rollover crashes in Florida are a significant danger

Trucks are the lifeblood of Florida's trade and shipping, and thousands of trucks line the state's highways and roads every day. Drivers can make mistakes or cause hazards on the road, and a recent pair of rollover crashes call attention to a potentially dangerous situation for surrounding vehicles.

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