A Report on the Determination and Evaluation of the Role of Fatigue in Heavy Truck Accidents
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 1985 - Fatigue - 26 pages
Study of 221 accidents in six Western states; fatigue determined to be probable/primary cause of 41% of the heavy truck accidents studied.
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