The American Association for Justice (AAJ) issued a report, based on government data, that concludes West Virginia and North Dakota have the nation’s highest rates of motor carrier company violations of federal safety requirements. Violations may include brake or tire defects, overloaded trucks, and drivers who are untrained or have drug or alcohol problems. (8/30) AP Search for violating companies in your state at AAJ.
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