The CSVA has released the results of their 2022 International Roadcheck CMV inspection that took place from May 17 to May 19 throughout North America. During the three days, the inspectors performed 59,026 vehicle and driver inspections. As a result, 12,456 trucks and 3,714 drivers were put out of service.
This year, the focus of the CVSA inspection was related to commercial truck tire conditions. The objective was a thorough inspection of the condition of the tires. For this reason, many trucks were put out of service.
Tires ranked second place and wheels seventh place in the top 10 infractions that put vehicles and drivers out of service during the inspection conducted this year, resulting in a total of 22.8% of out-of-service infractions across North America.
Top 5 Vehicle Out of Service Infractions Detected During CVSA Roadcheck 2022 (Mexico, Canada, and the U.S):
1- Brake Systems (4,592 infractions – 25,2% of the total)
2- Tires Condition (3,374 infractions – 18,5% of the total)
3- Defective Service Brakers (2,309 infractions – 12,7% of the total)
4- Lights (2,219 infractions – 12,2% of the total)
5- Cargo Securement (1,934 infractions – 10,6 % of the total)
Top 5 Driver Out Of Service Infractions Detected During CVSA Roadcheck 2022 (Mexico, Canada, and The U.S):
1- False Logs (1,921 infractions – 42,6% of the total)
2- Wrong Class License (1,066 infractions – 23,6% of the total)
3- Hours of Service (367 infractions – 8,1% of the total)
4- Suspended License (260 infractions– 5,8% of the total)
5- No Medical Card (222 infractions– 4,9% of the total)
About 93.6% of the drivers and 77.2% of the vehicles inspected didn`t present out-of-service infractions. A total of 14,200 CVSA decals were distributed to those vehicles and drivers that didn`t have item infractions.
For more information about CVSA 2022 International Roadcheck`s Results, please visit CVSA`s official website: https://www.cvsa.org/news/2022-roadcheck-results/