2016 Brake Safety Week is Sept. 11-17

During the week of Sept. 11-17, 2016, law enforcement agencies across North America will conduct inspections on large trucks and buses to identify out-of-adjustment brakes, and brake-system and anti-lock braking system (ABS) violations as part of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance’s (CVSA) Brake Safety Week, an annual outreach and enforcement campaign designed to improve commercial…

Safe Winter Driving Tips

Driving Safety: Remain vigilant in managing Hours of Service. Slow down and be cautious in adverse weather such as rain, sleet, snow, fog and wind. Minimize distractions. Wait until parked to use hand-held devices. Plan alternate routes and allow for extra time in case of road closures. Always buckle up; safety belts reduce the risk…

Roadside Inspections

Roadside inspections are never something anyone wants to deal with.  If you do get stopped and inspected, we give a $50.00 bonus for a perfect roadside inspection.  All inspections must be turned into the safety department because we have to sign them and send them into the state the where the inspection occurred.  Please talk to our safety department if…

CSA Points—Do you know your score?

Do you know your CSA Score?  Every time you get stopped by the D.O.T. and get  inspected, you get a grade.  A perfect inspection is what you want!!!!  You will get a $50 check mailed to you along with Zero CSA points for that inspection!!!!  The lower your CSA points, the better off you are!!!! …

Sharing the Road with Snowplows

In addition to all the things we already know about winter driving: check weather before driving each day; run on low beams to increase visibility; slow down; increase your following distance; DO NOT use cruise control; and pull off to a safe place if conditions are too hazardous to drive safely; there is the special…