Recently, the CVSA released the results of the CVSA International Roadcheck 2017 — the 72-hour inspection blitz that happened from June 6 to June 8.

More than 62,000 inspections happened during the three-day annual event. 7,713 of those inspections happened in Canada. And 54,300 were conducted in the United States of America.

We have compiled a list that highlights all the driver-related violations during the CVSA International Roadcheck 2017. For vehicle-related violations, click here.

Top 3 categories that obtained the largest out-of-service percentages:

  • Hours-of-service (32.3%)
  • Wrong license class (14.9%)
  • Falsified log books (11.3%)

2,940 drivers who underwent Level I-III inspections were given the out-of-service status.

1.9% of HM/DG operators were placed out-of-service

3.8% of the 598 motor coach drivers were placed out-of-service

The CVSA International Roadcheck 2017 also recorded a total of 710 seatbelt violations.

If you are interested in the full results of the CVSA International Roadcheck 2017, read the following post:

The International Roadcheck 2017 results released by the CVSA.

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