Roadcheck inspection blitz set for early May
The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s annual International Roadcheck inspection blitz will be held May 5-7. During the 72-hour ramp-up in enforcement, inspectors will include a special focus on “driver requirements” — CDLs, medical cards, seat belts, records of duty status and ELD compliance.
The inspection spree usually takes place the first week in June, but CVSA says it moved it up a month to May, “when the weather may be more favorable for some jurisdictions.”
While the focus of the inspections will be on driver qualifications, inspectors will still mostly be conducting full 37-point North American Standard Level I inspections during the three-day blitz.