More than 12,000 trucks were placed out of service during June’s 72-hour Roadcheck blitz
More than 12,000 trucks were placed out of service during the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s 72-hour International Roadcheck inspection blitz in June.- according to the article in the overdriveonline.com and its author Matt Cole
CVSA says 12,019 trucks and 2,784 drivers were placed out of service, accounting for a 17.9% vehicle OOS rate and a 4.2% driver OOS rate during the blitz. In total, inspectors across the U.S. and Canada conducted 67,072 inspections from June 4-6.- Cole also wrote in his article.
Of the 67,072 inspections, 45,568 of those were full Level I inspections that landed 9,817 (or 21.5%) of those trucks out of service.- according to Cole
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Source and credits: overdriveonline.com / Matt Cole and Mario Pawlowski / iTrucker
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