Major challenges facing truck drivers in your locality

Heatman

New member
Each business location is faced by different challenges depending on what's on ground in such area. The challenges truck drivers are facing in California is different from what truck drivers are experiencing in China or any other part of the world.

Take for instance, in my location the use of old trucks seems to be a big challenge facing truck drivers and there is absolutely nothing they can do about because they are left to work with what the company provides. There are so many cases of trucks breakdown and even unwarranted accidents.
 

Corzhens

Member
I think the number 1 challenge for truck drivers here is the quality of the trucks. Most of the accidents involving trucks are caused by mechanical and engine problems that can be avoided when the trucks are properly maintained. Perhaps truck drivers should have the initiative to ask the owners for the regular maintenance of their trucks.
 

Heatman

New member
I had just relocated to one of our major cities and one the challenges that is predominant in the city is traffic. It's not that there are not enough road for vehicles to make use of but because it's a city where most imported containers are cleared, there are lots of trucks and tankers. But as a result of most of these trucks and tankers being old and in bad shape, they keep breaking down here and there in the middle of the road, thereby having the entire road completely blocked.
 

Alexandoy

Member
The mention of accidents reminds me of the usual loss of brakes as the reason for the accident involving a truck. Now I am wondering why that alibi is accepted by investigators. Is there no way of determining if the truck really had lost its brakes hence the accident? My take on the issue is that driver’s would commit a mistake and just pass the blame to the mechanical failure which is not true.
 

ritabos

New member
communicating with other Transport Service providers will help you. Find the best Transport Service Providers in Nagpur they will provide you a better solution.
 

Heatman

New member
The mention of accidents reminds me of the usual loss of brakes as the reason for the accident involving a truck. Now I am wondering why that alibi is accepted by investigators. Is there no way of determining if the truck really had lost its brakes hence the accident? My take on the issue is that driver’s would commit a mistake and just pass the blame to the mechanical failure which is not true.
After investigation, it wouldn't be too hard to find out whether the brake was the cause of the the accident because when it comes brakes, there are hard proof to support or disapprove it. Unless the truck driver possess mechanical knowledge to go and disable the brake, then it would look obvious the brake had failed. But on a serious note, truck drivers should be very careful when it comes to driving because truck accidents are always fatal.
 

Corzhens

Member
One recent ordinance in all the cities is the prohibition of maneuvering on the main road. For a warehouse with a small entrance or small space inside, the truck needs to enter rear first so it will be easier in exiting. If the is the case then that means the maneuvering of the truck is done on the road. Even if there is an ordinance but trucks still do the maneuvering and it’s tough luck when they are arrested.
 
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