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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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Having a plan for how you’ll secure a tow following a vehicle breakdown or disablement can help prevent the likelihood of a headache later. Consider these best practices.
Effective January 6, 2023, motor carriers are no longer required to manually reach out to a prospective CDL driver’s previous employer to enquire about drug and alcohol related information. This date marks three years since the rollout of the Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse, which is now considered fully implemented.
Hiring and retaining quality truck drivers is challenging in today’s economy, but it is more important than ever. Studies on nuclear verdicts—verdicts exceeding $10 million—have shown that adhering to safety and operational policies is essential to staying out of court and avoiding liability in the event of an accident. To protect your business, make sure drivers are properly qualified and trained and that files are maintained in accordance with regulations.

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