CVSA’s annual Roadcheck inspection spree to focus on tire safety

| April 08, 2016

inspection barnThe Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance has announced its annual International Roadcheck, which will take place June 7-9, will have a special emphasis on tire safety this year.

Inspectors will be measuring tire tread depth, checking tire pressure, checking to make sure no items are lodged between dual tires and examining the overall condition of the tires to ensure no deep cuts or bulges exist in the sidewalls. Checking tires is part of a normal inspection, but CVSA is highlighting tire safety during the blitz as a reminder to drivers and carriers, the organization said.

Nearly 75,000 inspections take place each year during the inspection spree, done by a joint effort of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and others. During the inspection blitz, inspectors will primarily conduct full 37-step Level I inspections, which is the most thorough inspection.

Reduce inspection likelihood with added safety investment -- such realities could get a boost from a new FMCSA program whose outcome will be influenced by comment from owner-operators and others in trucking being taken as we speak.

Annual Roadcheck inspection blitz dates set for early June

Approximately 75,000 inspections occur each year during the Roadcheck inspection blitz, done by a joint effort of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, Federal Motor Carrier ...

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