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COULD A TRUCKING COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR A NM TRUCKING ACCIDENT BY SETTING UNREALISTIC DELIVERY SCHEDULES?

Trucking Companies May be Liable for Forcing Truck Drivers to Drive Faster than the Speed Limit

The trucking business is the class "time is money" type of industry. The faster the a truck driver makes a delivery, the faster that the truck driver and trucking company make money. The more deliveries done, the more money made. This kind of mentality is dangerous because it promotes behavior from trucking companies and truck drivers which cut corners on safety. This could result in a New Mexico trucking accident. One of the most obvious ways this happens is due to speeding. While truck drivers are required under New Mexico law and FMCSA regulations to comply with the speed limit on the roadway that they are driving, trucking companies want to earn more money and force more deliveries in a shorter timespan.

18 WHEELER BRAKES FAILED AND CAUSED NEW MEXICO TRUCKING ACCIDENT

New Mexico Trucking Accident Caused When 18 Wheeler Brakes Failed: Understanding FMCSA Liability

One of the scariest fears that a motorist could face is a large 18 wheeler which loses its brakes. This nightmare scenario turns a large, heavy, and fast-moving big rig into an unguided missile which could cause catastrophic damage in whatever it connects with. Unfortunately, 18 wheelers with brake failures are not as uncommon as you may hope. They do occur and cause serious personal injuries or wrongful death of any occupants in a vehicle that may be unfortunate enough to be involved in the collision. Usually this collision is a rear end collision at nearly full speed. These types of New Mexico trucking accidents are very serious.

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