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Cars Cause Auto-Truck Collisions More Than 80 Percent of the Time, Report Says

A report released by the American Trucking Associations concludes that many more times than not, car drivers are at fault when cars and trucks crash with one another. ATA's report rounded up reports from several large studies for its findings, including from agencies like the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and groups like the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute.

The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute "” a leader in truck-related crash research, says ATA "” studied 8,309 fatal car-truck crashes to determine fault. Eighty-one percent of the time, car drivers were assigned at fault, says the study, versus 27 percent for truck drivers.

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The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute "” a leader in truck-related crash research, says ATA "” studied 8,309 fatal car-truck crashes to determine fault. Eighty-one percent of the time, car drivers were assigned at fault, says the study, versus 27 percent for truck drivers.

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