The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, the organization representing North American commercial motor vehicle enforcement agencies, has delayed this year’s Roadcheck Inspection effort to June 8-10 (originally scheduled for June 1-3). CVSA made the change because the original dates fell just after the Memorial Day holiday, which created manpower and scheduling difficulties for many enforcement agencies. Roadcheck is a coordinated, 72-hour, targeted enforcement program where inspectors from various agencies nationwide focus on particular elements of commercial motor vehicle safety. Last year’s Roadcheck was the safest ever for the trucking industry, with 95percent of truck drivers in the U.S. successfully passing inspection.
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Posted on Tue, April 20, 2010