Connecticut Trucking Industry Fights To Ease Regulations Amid Safety Concerns

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 Auto Liability

The 2002 Oldsmobile motored southbound on I-95 in New Haven. It was a sunny day in August of 2014 and Gwendolyn Buskey was driving the car, which her mother had loaned her. Her passenger was Vera Mercer, a pregnant friend who Buskey was driving to Bridgeport Hospital for a scheduled caesarian section. Around exit 46, a tractor-trailer in front of Buskey’s vehicle slowed down due to traffic congestion. Buskey started to reduce speed as well. Behind her was another tractor-trailer driven by Fidel Rodriguez of Reading, Pa. Highway safety analysts say it’s a common scenario.


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External References & Further Reading
http://www.connecticutmag.com/Blog/Connecticut-Today/November-2015/Efforts-to-Change-Connecticut-Trucking-Rules-Has-Some-Pumping-the-Brakes/

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