LaHood Reaffirms Distracted Driving Commitment – How much ‘fudging’ will be involved?
In an analysis of 7,000 crashes released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2010 concluded that 30% involved some type of distraction but found that of 14 sources of distraction in a car, texting while driving was the only one that was NOT A FACTOR. That is interesting fact given by NHTSA, [...]
BREAKING NEWS: The Government Lies!
January 12, 2011 by admin · Leave a Comment
Who would of thought that the government would lie to the people to get their way?
I would have never thought that they would turn to cheating to get what they wanted.
It really breaks my heart to learn of this I am distraught tonight to find this out – I don’t know if I [...]
Distracted Driving – Should be the same for ALL Drivers
The Department of Transportation Secretary has been working to ‘fight’ distracted driving ever since taking the position within the DOT. And he is succeeding in getting laws passed that I feel are just “feel good” legislation’s by individual states that have enacted the laws.
The problem I have with the laws against distracted driving is [...]
Truckers: DOT we are not little kids – STOP treating us this way
December 17, 2010 by admin · 6 Comments
Where are all these supposed “trucking advocates” at?
Why are they not jumping up and down over these cell phone and texting laws?
Professional truck drivers are not little kids – like the United States Department Of Transportation treats them.
The USDOT needs to get a clue as to what the problems truck drivers face [...]
‘Misleading’ Distracted Driving Study – DOT Not Happy
When the DOT suggested banning the use of hand held devices for sending and receiving of text messages and or email by commercial truck and bus drivers – they did so without a good study in my opinion. They caught a bunch of flack from everyone for doing so in such a way for [...]
Outlawing of Texting and Driving – Feel Good Legislation
June 1, 2010 by admin · 3 Comments
Legislation – or “statutory law” is law which has been promulgated or “enacted” by a legislature or other governing body, or the process of making it. Another source of law is judge-made law or case law. Before an item of legislation becomes law, it may be known as a bill, and may be broadly referred [...]
LaHood: ‘Obsessed’ with Texting in Trucking – But What Proof
Ray LaHood became the US Secretary of Transportation on January 23rd, 2009. Obama nominated him saying: “Few understand our infrastructure challenge better than the outstanding public servant that I’m asking to lead the Department of Transportation.”
In the first seven months not a word is mentioned about trucks or much of the infrastructure, but a whole [...]
Ban on Texting for Truckers why not everyone
January 26, 2010 by admin · 3 Comments
Well, today started out with an unofficial announcement of a ban on on Texting for Truck Drivers and Bus Drivers. Why, just trucks and bus drivers? Truck drivers for the most part are the safest drivers out on the highway. Why not focus on more important things? I mean yea WHEN a truck has an [...]
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