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Tips to Have Successful Roadside Inspections
In my role helping motor carriers with their needs, I often find myself in conversations about struggles with roadside inspections. When I ask how these inspections affect their business operations, things like insurance, customers, brokers, and driver recruitment/retention don't always make their lists, but they are all impacted.
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This is the second in a series of articles on how motor carriers can help avoid claims, including those that result in nuclear verdicts, by implementing and adhering to a strong safety and compliance program.
The goal of the Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT) mandate is to create safer roads and highways by ensuring truck drivers have received adequate training. This includes ensuring both CDL training providers and applicants meet a minimum national standard.
Matching the right truck driving job that will meet the drivers needs and those of the motor carrier can be challenging to both parties. Sometimes, just finding an available driver can be a challenge. Many trucking companies have found success in advertising their open positions on Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, employment websites like Indeed or Glassdoor, and driver-specific recruitment services.

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