Roadcheck 2013 ahead

May 2013
Fleet Owner Blog;5/14/2013, p11
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The article offers information on the 2013 Roadcheck program to be conducted by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) and U.S. state transportation departments, wherein roadside truck inspections will be conducted to find safety regulation infractions.


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