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Serious injuries and fatalities usually accompany truck accidents

Although semitrailers are the most efficient way to transport goods and materials, these massive trucks can be extremely dangerous. Understandably, sharing crowded roadways with semitrailers can be quite intimidating for Kentucky motorists. Although truck drivers are required to undergo special training and obtain licensing in order to operate these large vehicles, this does not prevent them from making mistakes. Unfortunately, truck accidents usually result in fatalities.

Multiple truck accidents result in roadway closures

Interstate highways across the state of Kentucky are heavily traveled and frequently congested with traffic. Commercial vehicles such as tractor-trailers make up a large percentage of the traffic that utilizes these convenient roadways. Driving 70 mph along a crowded interstate highway close to one of these large trucks is enough to intimidate experienced drivers and novices alike. Recently, several truck accidents were reported on Kentucky interstates during a rainy morning.

Truck accidents are more likely to be fatal

Interstates and highways across the state of Kentucky are heavily utilized by commercial traffic. Thousands of semitrailers criss-cross the state 24 hours a day. However, these big rigs can be very intimidating to those in smaller passenger vehicles. Due to their massive size, any collision with a semitrailer can result in very serious injuries. Unfortunately, deaths in truck accidents are on the rise in the United States

Truck accidents: I-246 crash results in injury and spill

As the United States economy continues to grow, there is a greater need to transport goods and merchandise. Interstates and highways across Kentucky are constantly bustling with commercial traffic. Large commercial vehicles such as tractor-trailers can present a unique danger to smaller passenger vehicles. Sharing roadways and driving alongside these big rigs can be intimidating. Because of the massive size, truck accidents often result in serious injury or death.

Awareness is key in preventing truck accidents

Tractor-trailers are often very intimidating to other drivers who share Kentucky roadways with these large commercial vehicles. Due to the massive size of these trucks, any kind of collision with a tractor-trailer will do enormous damage. Although truck drivers are required to pass special exams and undergo hours of training, they can still make mistakes. Unfortunately, those involved in truck accidents are at a higher risk for serious injury or death.

More rest areas could reduce truck accidents

The state of Kentucky is home to a network of major highways and interstates. These major arteries are used by tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles to transport goods and merchandise across the country. However, demands sometimes force truck drivers to drive for hours on end without rest, which can result in truck accidents. A recent study conducted by the University of Kentucky indicates that more rest areas may help reduce fatigue-related truck accidents.

Those involved in truck accidents can suffer severe injuries

There is more commercial traffic on roadways today than ever before, as the economy continues to grow in Kentucky and across the United States. Tractor-trailers are needed to ship goods and merchandise to consumers. Although these vehicles are often considered the backbone of the economy, they can also be very dangerous as they share roads with smaller passenger vehicles. Tractor-trailers can weigh up to 80,000 pounds, so any accident has the potential to result in extensive damage to smaller vehicles. Unfortunately, truck accidents commonly result in injuries.

Truck accidents: Safety measures are needed on dangerous highway

Due the massive size of semitrailers and other commercial vehicles, these rigs have the potential to be significantly more dangerous than other vehicles on the road. Semitrailers are harder to stop and less maneuverable than smaller vehicles, which are often factors in truck accidents. It is also not uncommon for truck drivers to lose focus due to their long and exhausting driving schedules. Several commercial vehicle accidents along Highway 101 in Kentucky between Scottsville and Smiths Grove have prompted authorities to increase safety measures.

Truck accidents: 1 man dead, state trooper injured on I-71

Interstate highways that crisscross the great state of Kentucky offer a network of convenient roadways that connect cities and business hubs across America. Interstate highways are heavily used by commercial traffic, commuters and out-of-state travelers alike. Today, there are more semitrucks on the road than ever before, due to an increased need to transport goods. Because of this, truck accidents are becoming commonplace on interstates across the country.

Truck accidents: I-64 crash results in injuries

In today's world, there is a greater need to transport and deliver goods and services. Because of this need, commercial traffic has increased on roadways across the state of Kentucky. This increased traffic also brings about a higher risk for accidents. Due to the incredible size and weight of most trucks, truck accidents with passenger vehicles are more likely to result in serious injuries and death. Although truck drivers make their living by driving and spend a great amount of time behind the wheel, they still make mistakes just like other drivers.

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