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Can drowsy driving lead to a vehicle collision?

Countless factors can impact the safe operation of a car, truck or motorcycle on Texas roads. From distractions to impairment, drivers often lack the focus and attention necessary to ensure a safe trip. Unfortunately, fatigue also plays a significant part in dictating...

Driving tips for teen drivers

When teenagers get their license to drive, they become very eager to get behind the wheel and get on the road. In all of the excitement, it is very easy to lose track of everyday safety habits that all drivers should follow. If your teen can drive on their own, share...

Spinal cord injury victims face enormous losses

Far too often, individuals who are hurt in motor vehicle accidents are left with injuries that upend the way they live their lives. Those who are able to recover quickly from their injuries are lucky. Some victims, though, are left with catastrophic injuries that...

Texas leads the nation in drowsy driving

Hectic lifestyles and long work days are just two of the reasons that there are so many drowsy drivers on Texas roads. It just so happens that Texas has more drowsy drivers than any other state. Back in 2016, drowsy driving was responsible for 6,000 crashes nationwide...

Contributors to semitruck rollover crashes

Many drivers may believe that, because Texas features so many straight, flat roads, tractor-trailer and tanker truck rollovers are not much of a problem. However, according to ATBS, straight roads are where more than half of all semitruck rollovers happen. Not only...

Why does a truck’s weight matter?

If you drive a large truck in Texas, then you know that you have to have your truck weighed in regularly. When you get a new load, you need to have a weight. You need to know your vehicle's empty weight as well. Weight plays a huge role in operating your vehicle. Why...

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