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September 12, 2013

CVSA inspectors placed 1 in 4 vehicles out of service

Completed 73,023 truck and bus inspections from June 4 through 6. A total of 1,471 motorcoaches were inspected during the event this year.

August 3, 2012

Coach in Ill. crash inspected days ago

The double-deck bus that slammed into a highway overpass support, killing one passenger and injuring dozens of others, was manufactured last year and passed a company safety inspection days ago.

November 1, 2011

ABA: Motorcoach inspections should take priority over trucks

The association's response to the NTSB's curbside motorcoach safety report also cites the need for inspections of motorcoaches in facilities at their point of origin or destination.

February 4, 2010

CVSA releases 2010 out-of-service criteria

Goes into effect April 1. Used by enforcement personnel in identifying Critical Vehicle Inspection Item violations following a roadside inspection that can prohibit a motor carrier or operator from driving or operating a commercial motor vehicle for a specified period of time or until the defective condition is corrected.


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