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Collect evidence and you can show who was at fault in a crash

It's essential to preserve evidence of your injuries, damage to your property and of expenses you've incurred due to the accident. When you're in a collision, the best way to prove who is at fault is to be able to show that the other driver made a mistake. If you have a dashboard camera, the video from the crash can be used as evidence. After the crash, photos of the scene can show things like skid marks or the point of collision, both of which can show how the impact took place.

What are the limits on commercial vehicle driving times?

Commercial drivers are only allowed to work a certain amount of hours before they must take a break or have enough rest time to sleep. If a driver doesn't take this time off, it's possible that he may struggle to stay awake behind the wheel or that he will be distracted by long hours and repetitive driving.

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