Vision – Trucks

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Most of the motoring public are unaware of the considerable amount of blind spots that commercial truck drivers routinely contend with during their interaction in heavy traffic as they travel the highways daily. Unfortunately, some truck drivers may be simply apathetic concerning the dangers they promote by following too closely. Aside from the limited views to the rear and sides, they must also have a good understanding of their limited forward view and what is directly at their front bumper. In this subject illustration, the front of the hood stands nearly six (6) feet off of the pavement and limits a truck driver’s forward view of the pavement to nearly forty (40) feet in front of his bumper. That means he has limited vision of anything within that obscurity triangle. A small car or motorcycle can easily become invisible to the truck driver. Let the engineers at Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC assess all causation factors and collision details such as these in the vision obscurity and conspicuity realm of your commercial truck driver related accident cases.

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