Roadcheck 2016 – June 7-9

Each year during the CVSA Roadcheck event, tens of thousands of inspections are conducted. This year, International Roadcheck will take place June 7-9, 2016.

Roadcheck 2015 was no different from past years. On average, about three times as many inspections are done each day during Roadcheck than on any other day. Now is the time to take what you have learned from Roadcheck 2015 and make sure your drivers and vehicles are operating safely.

The emphasis this year is tire safety – measuring the tire tread depth, checking the tire pressure, checking to make sure no items are lodged between dual tires, and examining the overall condition of the tire to ensure no deep cuts or bulges exist in the sidewalls of the tire.

J. J. Keller offers a wide range of products you can use to help keep drivers and vehicles compliant and safe, and help with any drivers or vehicles that may have been placed out-of-service. See below.

Free Roadcheck Whitepaper

Find Out What Roadcheck 2016 Means To You

This free whitepaper reviews the 2015 Roadcheck results and suggests things you can do to prepare for International Roadcheck 2016, which will take place June 7-9, 2016. Download whitepaper now.


Why should you take Roadcheck seriously?

Consider this … during Roadcheck 2015:

  • 69,472 roadside inspections were conducted
  • Of the 44,989 Level I inspections conducted, 17.5% were found with Out-of-Service (OOS) vehicle violations
  • The driver out-of-service rate was 3.6%
  • The rate of cargo securement violations was 15.3%
Article: 2015 International Roadcheck results released
OOS levels lowest on record

 

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