Many news stories about Labor Day weekend focus on auto safety. This is understandable given that millions of people will be driving to their favorite vacation destinations over the next few days. But with semi-trucks on the road, avoiding staying out of truck accidents must remain a priority.
Imagine this scenario. You are driving along a New Jersey highway and traffic jams you up in such a way that you end up next to a semitrailer truck. Vehicles are moving, but not as fast as you'd like. Eventually, you begin to experience a great desire to just break away from the pack so that you can get away from the monster.
A motorcyclist was killed in Hampton, New Jersey, after a truck collided with her a couple of weeks ago. The accident happened on Route 206 and is still under investigation by the police. At this time, there are no answers to pertinent questions, such as: why did the wreck occur in the first place? Are criminal charges being considered for the truck driver?