inspections

‘Beyond compliance’ public meetings to be held in January

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration will hold two public listening sessions about the potential benefits and feasibility of “beyond compliance” incentives for carriers.

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Counting down the hours to 2016: The Channel 19 year in review, part 1

We've got a full 14-hour clock's worth of on-duty time, and more, left yet, so check back tomorrow and on New Year's Eve for the second and third parts of this the annual year in review on the Channel 19 blog.

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CSA reform package in highway bill includes added incentive/bonus program for motor carriers

The "Beyond Compliance" incentive/credit program's inclusion in the highway bill ensures its regulatory pursuit. Inclusion follows exploration of the idea by FMCSA and numerous commenters earlier this year.

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Omnitracs MCP to include Drivewyze bypass service

More than 360,000 Omnitracs-equipped trucks in North America will be able to access and benefit from the weigh station bypass services powered by Drivewyze.

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Cleaning your record in Illinois

If you’re armed with a court adjudication of a citation that also was marked as a violation on an Illinois inspection report, and if the charge was pled down or dismissed, you should have little trouble.

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Roadside heat waning in Illinois

After a focus on moving violations led to a dramatic climb up Overdrive’s state inspection-intensity rankings in 2014, the Illinois State Police show signs of backing off.

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Top 10 toughest states for traffic enforcement

Indiana, Delaware, Illinois top the rankings for violations that contribute CSA's Unsafe Driving measure. Often used by enforcement as a reason to inspect, without an attendant citation such violations can be notoriously difficult to challenge.

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No breaks for brakes: Virginia State Police lead the nation in brake violation focus

The latest in Overdrive's CSA's Data Trail series: A no-frills approach to inspections also puts this state near the top for maintenance violations overall.

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Inspectors place 2,300 vehicles out of service during Brake Week enforcement blitz

The results are in from this year’s Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Brake Safety Week held Sept. 6-12, and inspectors placed 2,321 of the 18,817 vehicles inspected out-of-service during the week for brake violations.

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New private system aims at CSA’s problems

As Congress considers pulling CSA scores from public view, Vigillo touts its new "Just" program as providing carriers a "true picture of the compliance, safety and accountability of" a fleet.

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