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    D.O.T. Inspections


    Beginning January 1, 2003, all new motor carriers (private and for-hire) operating in interstate commerce must apply for registration (USDOT Number) as a "new entrant".

    We offer our services to help those drivers that have a need in obtaining DOT inspection. On our site we also provide some links for you to get more information on the matter.

    According to The Office of Motor Carriers and Highway Safety, January, 1999 report (last report available) the most frequently cited inspection violations were:

    • Brakes out of adjustment
    • Inspection, Repair and Maintenance of Parts & Accessories
    • Local Laws (General)
    • Inoperable Lamps
    • Brakes (General)
    • Driver's Record of Duty Status Not Current
    • Inadequate Tread Groove Pattern Depth
    • No or Defective Lighting Devices/Reflectors/Projected Loads
    • Damaged Brake Tubing and Hoses
    • No or Discharged Fire Extinguishers
    • No or Defective Turn or Hazard Lamp as Required
    • No Proof of Periodic Inspection on Vehicle
    • Driver's Records of Duty Status Violation
    • Stop Lamp Violation