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Drive with confidence during 2018 CVSA International Roadcheck
CVSA Roadcheck 2018
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May 24, 2018

Schneider ensures that its drivers and equipment are inspection-ready every day, including of course during the annual CVSA International Roadcheck.

The 2018 CVSA International Roadcheck, which takes place June 5-7, 2018, focuses on Hours of Service (HOS) compliance.

The topic is particularly relevant following the Electronic Logging Device (ELD) Mandate. The ELD mandate took effect December 18, and strict enforcement began April 1. Schneider is mandate-compliant using a grandfathered Automatic Onboard Recording Device (AOBRD).

Did you know? Schneider’s driver out-of-service rate is 0.6 percent, compared to the industry average of 5.5 percent. Learn more >>

In addition to HOS, inspectors will conduct a 37-point North American Standard Level I commercial truck inspection.

How to prepare for potential Roadcheck inspection

  • Have your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) ready.
  • Have your permit book organized.
  • Make sure your International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA) sticker is current.
  • As always, conduct proper pre- and post-trip inspections to make sure your equipment is in good and safe condition.
  • Buckle up, obey the speed, follow road signs and watch for mobile inspection stations.

CVSA International Roadcheck Checklist for Drivers >>

Learn more about how you can keep your truck moving with this 2018 CVSA International Roadcheck infographic:

CVSA Roadcheck 2018 Infographic

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Andrea is Director of Regulatory Services at Schneider. She has been with the organization since 2004, primarily in safety and regulatory areas. She previously worked in Operations for Schneider’s Tanker division. She holds an MBA from University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She is an active member of the Transportation Research Board – Truck and Bus Safety subcommittee. She is also a current member of the American Transportation Research Institute’s (ATRI) Research Advisory Committee. She lives in Green Bay, Wis., with her family.