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Proactively Sharing the Road with Trucks Minimizes Collisions in Indiana

What you’ll learn reading this article: A recent study suggests collisions involving standard-size and commercial vehicles such as cars and semi-trucks, have increased each year since 2013 by 5%. Accidents with large trucks can be the most dangerous and fatal. Take steps to better share the road with large trucks and avoid possible accidents. If… Read more »

Four Differences Between Indianapolis Truck Accidents and Car Accidents

If you have seen an accident involving a large truck or commercial vehicle, you already know that these crashes are not your typical traffic accident. Accidents involving large vehicles are different from crashes involving cars, small trucks, or motorcycles. Semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, and other large truck accidents typically result in more fatalities and catastrophic injuries than… Read more »

Are Large Truck Accidents More Deadly for Passengers in Other Vehicles?

Does it make you nervous to drive next to a big-rig on the interstate? Do you hold your breath for a few seconds until that 18-wheeler either passes you or is safely in your rear-view mirror? If so, you are not alone. Many people do not like sharing the road with large trucks because they… Read more »

What is the Best Way to Pass a Commercial Truck on Interstate 65?

Interstate 65 through Indianapolis is a heavily traveled section of interstate. Have you ever been nervous driving next to a commercial truck on the interstate that are traveling at high rates of speed? Do you become nervous when you need to pass a commercial truck on the interstate? If commercial trucks make you feel nervous,… Read more »

Do You Know How to Share the Road with a Semi-Truck in Indiana?

Does it make you nervous to share the road with a semi-truck or other large commercial vehicle? If driving beside a large truck makes you nervous, you are not alone. Many people view large trucks as a danger on the road, and they have very good reasons for their beliefs. According to the NHTSA’s Traffic… Read more »