One of the the requirements of every trucking company before they put a truck on the road, and every truck driver before they get behind the wheel of a tractor trailer, is that they both must agree to follow the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. These are the regulations that keep us, the public, safe on

Another difference between driving a car and driving a truck is FMCSR 392.14 which requires truck drivers to use "extreme caution" in weather that effects visibility or traction. Truckers are trained, through the Commercial Drivers License Manual and presumably their company, that they must use extreme caution in bad weather. Those truck drivers that cause a wreck

I suppose that it goes without saying that companies are required to make sure their employees know and follow the law. Does anyone really want an employer turning a blind eye to safety violations so the company can earn a few more dollars? This is particularly true when the employee is behinds the wheel of an