TRUCK CRASHES THE TRUCK SAFETY COALITION

By | April 7, 2018

Truck Crashes – The Truck Safety Coalition

Truck crashes occur every day throughout the United States. Unfortunately, this list is just a small fraction of the more than 400,000 truck crashes that occur each year in the United States. If you do not see a truck crash that you read or heard about, please click here to report a truck crash.
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Home – The Truck Safety Coalition

The Truck Safety Coalition has a national network of volunteers dedicated to providing compassionate, immediate support to survivors and families of victims of truck crashes.
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Truck Safety Coalition | Truck Accident | Suppoprt Pages

Truck Safety Coalition. Formed through a partnership with The Citizens for Reliable and Safe Highways Foundation (CRASH), and the Parents against Tired Truckers (P.A.T.T.) organization, the Truck Safety Coalition is an ally for truck driver safety, aiming to reduce the amount of injuries and fatalities from truck accidents nationwide.
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Highway Safety Coalition – Car & Truck Accident Prevention

The Highway Safety Coalition informs the public in ways to reduce deaths, serious injuries and economic losses in from motor vehicle crashes by promoting collaborative efforts between agencies, organizations and individuals. Coalition building has been recognized by the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) as an effective tool for behavior change.
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Truck Safety Coalition takes ATA to task over crash faults

The Truck Safety Coalition has sent the American Trucking Associations a letter blasting it and its findings in a report released last week that concludes 80 percent of car-truck crashes were
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Illinois Truck Accidents: Truck Safety Coalition Speaks

May 22, 2009 · The Truck Safety Coalition has also launched the Web site StopBiggerTrucks.org. However, the Coalition for Transportation Productivity, an industry group, thinks adding an axle to big rig trucks would make it safer for these large trucks to carry heavier loads because the weight would be more evenly distributed.
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