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Nation’s trucker enforcement blitz to focus on Hours of Service, lighting

Nation’s biggest trucker enforcement blitz “International Roadcheck” to focus on Hours of Service, lighting

Inspectors will be looking for critical vehicle inspection item violations, outlined in the North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria. If such violations are found, the vehicle will be placed out of service, which means that vehicle cannot be operated until the identified out-of-service conditions have been corrected.

Vehicles that successfully pass inspection, without any critical vehicle inspection item violations found after a completed Level I or Level V Inspection, should receive a CVSA decal. In general, vehicles with a CVSA decal are not re-inspected during the three-month period during which the decal is valid. Instead, inspectors focus their efforts on vehicles without a valid CVSA decal.

read more @ https://www.cvsa.org/news/2021-international-roadcheck/

CVSA has set May 4-6 as the dates for this year’s International Roadcheck. Over that 72-hour period, commercial motor vehicle inspectors in Canada, Mexico and the U.S. will conduct inspections on commercial motor vehicles and drivers.

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