Unfortunately, the most severe and costly collisions on the roadway tend to involve ready-mix concrete vehicles. The good news is that we don’t think it always has to be this way. We gathered and reviewed billions of miles of driving behavior from the Lytx® database to take a closer look at the problem. Read the facts our dedicated team of experts have uncovered and discover how a solid video safety technology can help decrease the likelihood of these collisions reoccurring on our roads.
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