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What vehicles are considered trucks when filing a lawsuit?

In Texas, a truck is any vehicle that is primarily used to haul property or goods.

Generally, when someone refers to being involved in a truck accident, they mean a collision involving a large commercial vehicle such as:

  • Tow trucks
  • Dump trucks
  • Box trucks
  • Delivery trucks
  • Big rigs
  • 18 wheelers
  • Tractor trailer units
  • Oil or gas trucks
  • Semis
  • Refrigerated trucks

It is important to know that additional laws that may govern your case depending on the type of truck or the characteristics of the truck that caused your automobile accident.

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