When DOT roadside inspection officers determine whether to inspect a commercial motor vehicle and its driver, they often turn to the Inspection Selection System (ISS). The ISS uses the carrier’s safety performance data to generate an ISS “score” that helps the officer decide if an inspection is necessary.
Even if a motor carrier faithfully requests the required annual motor vehicle record (MVR) on its driver, a driver’s more recent history can go undetected up to 12 months.
Motor carriers are not chosen at random for an off-site audit. There has to be a good reason, which means most of the power lies in your hands to prevent an audit from happening.
After several years of being pushed out due to technological challenges, the Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) rule compliance date of February 7, 2022, is almost here.
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