DON'T HANG OUT IN A TRUCK'S NO-ZONE
Due to their size and height, semi trucks and buses have several large blind spots where a car or small truck will virtually "disappear" from a truck driver's view. The four areas drivers should avoid are the front, rear and both sides of the tractor to the front of the trailer. Traveling in these areas will greatly increase the potential for you getting into a crash.
Front No-Zone: Don't Ever Cut Off a Truck
Trucks Don't Have Rear-view Mirrors
Truck mirrors can be as tall as 25 inches. They can also have cameras installed, but it doesn't mean the driver can see everything around them, especially if you are driving in a No-Zone area.
Rule of Thumb: When driving around a truck, if you can see the truck driver's face in their side mirror, then the driver can see you.