Semi-Truck Driver Backs Up Into Autonomous Vehicle In Las Vegas, Nevada.

With the larger number of estimated truck accidents each year becoming fatal, truck drivers need to be paying more attention now than ever. This may be for any number of reasons, a higher number of cars on the road, longer cross-country routes, and cell phones/electronic devices causing more drivers to be distracted. Whatever the reason, greater care needs to be taken. For those unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident involving a truck, our highly skilled team of Massachusetts lawyer experts have recovered millions of dollars for our injured Massachusetts clients and can get started on your case today.

The driver of a semi-truck was apparently at fault in an accident involving a driverless shuttle bus operating in Las Vegas, Nevada. The autonomous vehicle had been put into operation in the Freemont East area of the city less than two hours before the incident. The truck was backing into a driveway when one of its tires hit the shuttle, causing no significant damage or injuries. The driver was cited for illegal backing up. The shuttle, on the other hand, did what it was supposed to do; its sensors registered the truck and the shuttle stopped to avoid the accident. Unfortunately, the delivery truck did not stop and grazed the front fender of the shuttle.

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