National Roadcheck 2011 begins Tuesday, June 7.
According to officials with the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, truck and bus safety inspectors will be on the job day and night through June 10. Authorities will be checking vehicles and drivers at inspection sites along major highways across the country.
In addition to checks at inspection points, roving patrols and inspection vehicles will inspect drivers and vehicles traveling other roadways.
Commercial motor vehicle inspectors work diligently every day to ensure that the commercial vehicles using our highways do so as safely as possible, said Stephena A. Keppler, executive director of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance. While a significant majority of vehicle operators are highly responsible, conscientious, and safe, a few in the minority are less so.
Since Roadcheck began in 1988, inspections have numbered over one million.
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