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Todd Dills

CSA’s batting average: MCSAC snapshot

| February 06, 2013
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  • http://www.facebook.com/jwebb.kline J Webb Kline

    So, I don’t have one, single driver working for me who has one single CSA violation or otherwise–nada–going back 10 years. 2 years ago, I hired an OO, 65 yrs old with a spotless record and within 2 months he had 2 HOS violations and I fired him. Actually, he didn’t have his duty status up to date or he would have been okay and he fought the 1st charge and won. But none of it mattered to CSA. We wound up with a 99% on our HOS score. The only other violation happened a yr ago when an OO accidentally logged a 9.5 hr break instead 10. Half of his score got removed this Jan when it was a year old. And my score went from 95.4 to 98.3% and yet our points when down by 18!! We’ve lost $1.5 million in sales over the past year because brokers and shippers look at our score and think we’re high risk, and we lost some of our best accounts because they aren’t allowed to load our trucks even though they need them. Our trucks only average 61K per year and are home every night. We can’t get inspections because the trucks cross over the same scales and the cops won’t bother with them even if asked. Yeah, I have a lot of problems with CSA.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1269137418 Mike Jones

    me no have license…no worry of CSA.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1269137418 Mike Jones

    me only drive Trookay….no comprenede CSA…..no need…

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