You load the kids into the car. They settle into a tired peace and quiet. You and your spouse strap in for the last leg of your trip, your goal being Kansas City, or Sioux City, Iowa, or Missoula, Montana. However, behind you a sleep-deprived trucker is tearing down the highway with 80,000 pounds in his trailer. He's not trying for Kansas, Iowa, or Montana, but the state(s) beyond, and even though he should've been in bed hours ago, he's not. Not even close. You're in danger but you don't know it. There are few rules that regulate him, and there's absolutely nothing you can do. You're at the mercy of a trucking industry. Welcome to the highways of America, 21st century. Enter at your own risk.