Roadcheck inspection blitz set for early May

2020-03-16

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.”

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Posted by: Pat Monks