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This just came up today, and is worthy of clarification. What I'm talking about is fault versus preventability when it comes to accidents involving trucks.In general, we're treated as 2nd class citizens. Our trucks are subject to search without reasonable cause and, when it comes to an accident, we're guilty until proven innocent. And, that's where preventability comes it.When it comes to accidents, the trucking industry looks at preventability rather than fault. As professionals, we're held to a higher standard and its deemed our responsibility to do everything in our power to prevent an accident. Yes, it's a fine line and the federal government expects us to be mind readers. I've always said, driving a truck is a lot like being married. Everything is always your fault.So, what is the difference between preventability and fault? As I said, it's a very fine line. I can think of two, very similar scenarios.The first, I'm approaching an intersection with a stop light. My light is green, the opposing, red. He blows the red light and I t-bone him. I'm going to be held responsible and the accident would be ruled as preventable.Why? I should've seen him coming and judging by his speed, anticipated he might blow that light.Same scenario with a milliseconds difference. My light green, opposing red. I'm in the intersection, he blows the light and t-bones me. Preventable? Nope.Why? I was already in the intersection and had no control of the situation.In the meantime, I would be sitting there while a Department of Transportation officer inspects my logs and my equipment, and a state or local cop takes a myriad of pictures and measurements to make sure I was, where I said I was, when the accident occurred. Then, I'll be called in for a sit-down with somebody from my safety department who will review the findings of the aforementioned officials, and have to fill out a company report including my hand-drawn pictures of the accident scene.And all of this, goes on that permanent record our teachers threatened us with.

What is your review of Photographers?

According to Turbulence Accidents That Killed Airline Passengers there have been seven accidents since 1980 involving passenger deaths and turbulence. All of these flights involved one or two passengers dying due to injuries, except #7, in which the entire airplane was lost. I would argue that #7 does not belong on the list though, as the root cause of the accidents was the pilot's excessive control inputs in response to the turbulence, something that training should prevent.

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