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Understanding Trucks’ “No-Zones” [Infographic]

Close-up of the left side-view mirrors on a commercial truck
Understanding Truck "No Zones"

Driving near large trucks can be rather daunting. They’re so much bigger and heavier than passenger cars, which means they can cause a lot more damage than the average passenger vehicle.

Due to their massive size, trucks have very different (and a lot more) blind spots than you may realize. Review the infographic below to gain a better understanding of trucks’ blind spots, or “no-zones.”

It’s important that we all do our part to stay safe when driving around large trucks. As the infographic above displays, a truck driver won’t be able to see you if you’re in any of their no-zones.

Be cautious when driving near trucks, and especially when passing. Whenever possible, it’s a good idea to try to make eye contact with the truck driver so that you’re sure they know you’re there.

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