Freightliner Semi Trucks Drivers Allegedly Experience Limited Visibility while Driving

Semi-truck on a freeway.

Shub & Johns is investigating complaints that Freightliner semi-trucks have poor side-window visibility. Specifically, drivers have complained that the side windows on Freightliner trucks get so dirty that they block the driver’s view of the truck’s side mirrors. Some drivers have also noticed that when they use the windshield wipers on Freightliner trucks, the debris pushed off from the windshield gathers on the side windows, further blocking the view.

This can be quite hazardous not just for Freightliner drivers, but for everyone else on the road as well. Freightliner manufactures massive vehicles that can be quite dangerous if they’re not operated safely. At Shub & Johns, we’re seriously concerned about the possibility of Freightliner trucks being operated with limited visibility.

Have you operated a Freightliner truck and noticed similar visibility issues? If so, we’d like to hear more about your experience. Fill out the attached form to join the Shub & Johns investigation today!

Freightliner Semi Truck Visibility Intake Form

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