International Roadcheck Results

2019 International Roadcheck Results

Inspectors conducted 67,072 inspections on commercial motor vehicles in Canada and the U.S. as part CVSA’s International Roadcheck. During those three days, 12,019 vehicles were removed from roadways due to critical vehicle inspection item violations and 2,784 drivers were placed out of service for driver-related violations. That’s a 17.9% overall vehicle out-of-service rate and a 4.2% driver out-of-service rate. View the 2019 press release.

2018 International Roadcheck Results

Commercial motor vehicle enforcement personnel conducted 67,603 inspections on large trucks and buses. 21.6 percent of commercial motor vehicles that received Level I Inspections were placed out of service; 3.9 percent of drivers who received a Level I, II or III Inspection were placed out of service. View the 2018 press release.

2017 International Roadcheck Results

Twenty-three percent of vehicles and 4.2 percent of drivers that received Level I Inspections were placed out of service. View the 2017 press release.

2016 International Roadcheck Results

The top out-of-service vehicle violations were for brake adjustment and brake system conditions. The top driver out-of-service violations were for hours of service and false logs. View the 2016 press release.

2015 International Roadcheck Results

International Roadcheck driver and vehicle out-of-service rates for Level I Inspections in 2015 are the lowest on record. View the 2015 press release.

2014 International Roadcheck Results

CVSA-certified inspectors across North America completed 73,475 truck and bus inspections during the 72-hour enforcement and safety outreach campaign. View the 2014 press release.

2013 International Roadcheck Results

Commercial motor vehicle compliance still shows room for improvement; one in five vehicles inspected placed out of-service during the three-day event. View the 2013 press release.