Let's talk about big rigs on the freeway

Diesel smoke spews from a truck as morning commuters travel the 210 freeway near Pasadena in Los Angeles County. A federal judge has dismissed a trucking association's lawsuit against new rules intended to reduce truck and bus pollution in California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
Diesel smoke spews from a truck as morning commuters travel the 210 freeway near Pasadena in Los Angeles County. A federal judge has dismissed a trucking association's lawsuit against new rules intended to reduce truck and bus pollution in California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Few driving experiences can be more stressful than tripping alongside a big rig on the freeway.
 
We’re developing a story on truck traffic and want to hear from you about your encounters with large trucks: Do they make your commute a nightmare or have you taken the big rigs in stride as just another aspect of life in Southern California?
 
Whatever your experience, good or bad, let us know which freeway you were driving on and the conditions – was it day or night, raining or clear, congested or free-flowing. If you were involved in a truck crash, we would like to hear about that, too.
 
And, if you have any questions you’d like us to ask experts on truck traffic and safe driving, let us know. We’d like to hear from you.

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