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Bad Weather Truck Accident Lawyer
Attorney For Accidents Involving Bad Weather & Poor Weather Truck Accidents
Bad Weather & Poor Weather Truck Accident Lawyer servicing the Galveston, Houston, League City, Corpus Christi, Texas City, Angleton, Baytown, Beaumont, La Porte, Eagle Ford Shale, and Pearland, TX areas. Contact our Bad Weather & Poor Weather Truck Accident Attorney for a free case evaluation at 713-829-4317.
Bad Weather Can Cause Serious Truck Accidents
Regulations For Poor Weather Truck Accident
Lawyer for Bad Weather Truck Accidents in Texas
Bad weather truck driving is regulated by federal law which has rules in place for hazardous weather conditions. These rules are required to be adhered to ensure that these large trucks are not a threat to others on the road during poor weather conditions. Large trucks are difficult to stop under perfect conditions. Therefore, throw in snow, ice, fog, and rain and an accident is almost bound to happen. As a result, the federal government enacted the following help prevent this very issue. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s regulation 392.14:
Holding Truck Drivers and Their Employers Responsible
- Wet roads- rain is something that frequently occurs in the area. However, when the roads become slick make sure to slow down, test your brakes, and turn down or off distractions.
- Fog- driving in fog is extremely dangerous and should be avoided when possible. Driving in the fog is dangerous because fog creates decreased visibility of what is ahead of you.
- Icy/Snow – winter makes the roads dangerous for even the most skilled drivers. Try to avoid driving fast and keep a safe distance from other vehicles. Icy roads might increase the distance needed to properly stop your vehicle.
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