Electronic sensors credited for drop in Washington truck crashes
The trucking industry and authorities are crediting electronic sensors and enforcement with helping drop the number of truck-related crashes over the years in Washington state.
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#1 Jul 2, 2012
The Fatality Rate is way up for 2011. Who are they trying to kid? The roads are Filled with illegal aliens and they know damn well! Nobody knows WHO these Spanish Speakers are or WHAT their REAL NAME or background is. I have seen them go racing past me and laughing at coz Im poking along at the Speed Limit and have a REAL LICENSE to protect.These Fake stories and Lies about how Rosy things are are simply fiction. It has gotten VERY DANGEROUS on the nations highways and it will get alot WORSE before it gets better. The EXPERIENCED drivers are RETIRING and the "replacements" are from foreign countries and School Houses.
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