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Is it possible that a higher speed limit for trucks in Texas could be safer?

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The Driver Fatigue and Alertness Study (DFAS) has shown that fatigue and decreased alertness are often factors in commercial motor vehicle crashes.  Driver fatigue increases at night.  Allowing a higher night time speed limit when drivers of commercial motor vehicles are more subject to fatigue and impaired alertness seems irresponsible at best.
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I guess the proportion of speed and chance of accident are direct for as the high seed of the vehicle increases, the chance of accident also increases. For me, it's up to the driver whether he travel earlier to go on the destination on time.
Posted by Automotive Condensers | Franx on September 11, 2011 at 09:09 PM

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