X-LITE Guardrail Linked to Dozens of Deaths and Serious Injuries

X-LITE Guardrail Linked to Dozens of Deaths and Serious Injuries

More reports are surfacing across the nation linking X-LITE guardrail end terminals to deaths and serious injuries. Lawsuits filed against Lindsay Corporation, the manufacturer of X-LITE end terminals, allege the guardrail system has an inherent design flaw that prevents it from telescoping into its...

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Despite Controversy, ET-Plus Guardrail Passes Safety Tests

The final results of the Trinity Industries crash tests are in: all eight received passing scores from the Federal Highway Administration. The eight tests utilized guardrails of two different heights, one measuring 27 3/4 inches, one 31 inches. Critics say the final of the eight tests should have be...

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Despite Controversy, ET-Plus Guardrail Still Not Banned in NC

The ET-Plus has faced criticism and banning from nearly all 50 of the United States. With malfunction claims against the product stating that it causes more dangerous crash situations, safety experts across the country have been carefully inspecting the guardrail’s role on their state’s ...

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Dangerous Guardrails Remain on VA, NC Roads

A new report from wfmynews2.com reveals that dangerous guardrail heads remain on roads throughout Virginia, North Carolina and other states across the country. Though more than thirty states have temporarily banned the installation of the ET-Plus guardrail end terminal, experts say few of these pote...

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North Carolina Will Not Be Suspending Guardrail Installation

North Carolina Will Not Be Suspending Guardrail Installation

The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has announced that they will not be suspending the installation of the Trinity ET-Plus guardrail terminals that are currently under investigation. Instead, the NCDOT will wait for federal regulators to make the decision, according to WNCN.com. ...

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