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Report: Medical regs shore up weaknesses

| December 13, 2012

The investigative arm of Congress — the Government Accountability Office — said in a Nov. 30 report that new medical regulations by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration should help keep impaired drivers and those deemed medically unfit — because of epilepsy or substance abuse issues — from operating commercial vehicles.

The GAO had previously concluded that FMCSA policy had weak areas that would allow drivers with disqualifying impairments to drive.

Overdrive sister site CCJ has the full report — click here to see it.

 

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