Each year during the CVSA Roadcheck event, tens of thousands of inspections are conducted. At this time, the CVSA has postponed Roadcheck 2020 to later in the year.
The 2020 emphasis is on driver requirements. While checking this element is always part of roadside inspections, CVSA is highlighting it this year as a reminder of its importance to highway safety.
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.
Why should you take Roadcheck seriously?
Consider this … during Roadcheck 2019:
- There were 60,058 Level I, II and III Inspections conducted in the U.S.
- Of the Level I inspections conducted, 21.5% were placed out of service
- The total vehicle out-of-service rate in the U.S. was 17.7%
- 4.4% of drivers inspected in the U.S. were placed out of service
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