Each year, an average of more than 1,250 tornadoes touch down in the U.S. delivering death and destruction. Often truckers may be on the open highway and at risk when a storm occurs.
We’re writing about tornado season and want to hear from drivers who experienced a tornado while driving.
We want to know about:
- What happened and how you dealt with it?
- Have you ever had to stop driving and find shelter?
- Ever ride out a tornado parked at a truck stop or on the side of an interstate?
- Have you ever used one of the shelters some states have at rest stops?
- What ought to be done to provide more protection for truckers?
- What’s your advice to other drivers?
Thanks, and stay safe this tornado season.