January 21, 2014
Targets high-risk carriers that avoid or cover up their negative history of safety compliance. Will apply the rule in egregious cases in which it finds that a motor carrier has committed a pattern of unsafe practices, even if that particular investigation does not result in a downgrade of the carrier’s safety fitness rating.
January 27, 2009
In addition to providing info on the new FMCSA safety audit rule, the site covers a number of business issues that new motor carriers must address, including the basics of a business plan, accounting, insurance, and establishing basic policies and procedures.
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