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CVSA's annual inspection spree set for May 2020

Commercial vehicle drivers in Florida may know about the International Roadcheck, a 72-hour inspection spree that the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance holds every year to enforce federal truck safety regulations. The CVSA has announced that the 2020 roadcheck will take place from May 5 to 7: a full month earlier than usual for the sake of more favorable weather conditions.

Is your insurance company acting in bad faith?

A motor vehicle accident is usually an event that brings nothing but bad news. You and others in your car may suffer painful injuries. Your vehicle sustains damage. You may lose days at work at a time when medical bills begin piling up. The good news is that if you have paid your insurance premiums, your insurer should cover your losses according to your policy terms.

FMCSA asks for input on upcoming truck accident study

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is responsible for implementing and enforcing commercial vehicle regulations that are designed to protect road users in Florida and around the country. Regulating industries that are vital to the nation's economic well-being effectively can only be accomplished if the government agencies involved have relevant and accurate data to work with, but the FMCSA still relies on information provided by a large truck crash study conducted in 2003.

The benefits of seeking medical care after an accident

The first concern after a car accident is seeing to your health and well-being. Emergency responders will likely approach you and ask to look you over, and it is always wise to accept their offer. They can see things you cannot, such as the reaction of your eyes and the condition of your skin, that could indicate injuries you may not realize you have suffered.

Study shows hands-free phones lead to other distractions

Florida residents are no doubt aware that distracted driving is a serious concern. Every day in this country, at least nine people die in auto accidents involving a distracted driver. Distractions are numerous: using the phone, using a navigation system, adjusting the volume on the radio, eating, drinking etc. Some avoid the dangers of handheld phone use by opting for hands-free devices, but this has its drawbacks.

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