CVSA to emphasize cargo securement during Roadcheck
Posted March 14, 2017
Roadside inspectors will place special emphasis on cargo securement violations during this year’s International Roadcheck, according the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) website.
CVSA’s International Roadcheck, scheduled June 6-8, 2017, will use the 72-hour heightened inspection period to remind drivers and motor carriers of the importance of following cargo securement regulations.
Cargo securement violations, discovered during a vehicle level of roadside inspection, are used to calculate Vehicle Maintenance BASIC scores under the Compliance, Safety, Accountability enforcement model.
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