What is the primary root cause of most of the woes in trucking? The verdict is in. Human error.
Human error is responsible for over 95% of all collisions, goofs, and bloopers in trucking.
Climbing an 8 inch curb in Chicago? Nope, it’s not going to happen . . .
Note the guy wire anchor on the lower right. The driver didn’t . . .
Another good way to take down a telephone phone is with a 16 foot high load.
Works like a charm every time . . .
Maybe if I pretend not to notice, then no one else will notice it either?
The excuse? The GPS made me do it . . .
The first driver whipped around the corner on the icy road like a drift racer from the Fast and Furious.
Leaving the ditch as the only option for the second truck . . .
Hauling steel is not for the faint of heart.
Especially without a trailer bulkhead or headache rack. . .
The only source of knowledge is experience. Albert Einstein
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