Fewer than 14 percent of active motor carriers are ranked in any of the five safety categories within the new Safety Measurement System the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration made public Dec. 12.
For owner-operator purposes, CSA 2010 started three years ago. That’s how far back your violations are taken into account.
FMCSA claims similar data have been available for more than a decade.
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has been asked to determine if federal law preempts Port of New York/New Jersey rule.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said it won’t implement the new system until at least Dec. 12.
Vigillo will offer all drivers in their system access to their own scorecard free of charge.
Three organizations representing motor carriers asked a federal appeals court on Tuesday, Nov. 29, to block implementation of the Comprehensive Safety Analysis 2010 initiative.
Two equipment rules – one which makes permanent an existing requirement for antilock brake systems, the other regarding turbochargers – are now federal regulations.
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