This year's CVSA International Roadcheck inspection event takes place June 5-7 in the U.S. and Canada.
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s International Roadcheck is
just around the corner, taking place June 5-7 across the U.S. and
Canada, and will focus on hours of service.
CVSA announced that this year’s Roadcheck safety inspections will
focus on hours-of-service compliance. Inspectors will primarily conduct
North American Standard Level I inspections – a 37-step procedure that
examines both driver operating requirements and vehicle mechanical
A big difference this year is centered on the recently implemented
electronic logging device mandate, and drivers will be asked to provide
their operating credentials and hours-of-service documentation. In
addition to ELDs, drivers will also be checked for basic safety measures
such as seat belt usage and alcohol or drug impairment.
Inspections will still include equipment checks, with officers
looking for violations in brake systems, cargo securement, coupling
devices, driveline/driveshaft components, exhaust systems, frames, fuel
systems, lighting devices, steering mechanisms, suspensions, tires,
trailer bodies, wheel ends, and windshield wipers.
If no critical violations are discovered in an inspection, a CVSA
decal will be applied to the vehicle to indicate that the truck has
passed a decal-eligible inspection conducted by a CVSA-certified
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