Trucking routes are the arteries of California’s economy, facilitating the movement of goods essential to the state’s commerce. These include minerals, agricultural products, and rubber, which comprise 35% of interstate tonnage. 

Trucks move goods from the bustling ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the agricultural heartlands of the Central Valley. However, with this high transport level come risks like traffic congestion, road maintenance, and accidents.

Knowing California’s most-used truck routes can help you avoid a collision and understand the risks you might face on heavily driven corridors. If you’re involved in a crash with a semi-truck, a California truck accident lawyer from Berg Injury Lawyers can protect your rights and help you seek compensation.