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All Inspection Levels

Level I – North American Standard Inspection

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An inspection that includes examination of driver’s license; Medical Examiner’s Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation (SPE) Certificate (if applicable); alcohol and drugs; driver’s record of duty status, as required; hours of service; seat belt; vehicle inspection report(s) (if applicable); brake systems; cargo securement; coupling devices; driveline/driveshaft; exhaust systems; frames; fuel systems; lighting devices (headlamps, tail lamps, stop lamps, turn signals and lamps/flags on projecting loads); steering mechanisms; suspensions; tires; van and open-top trailer bodies; wheels, rims and hubs; windshield wipers; buses, motorcoaches, passenger vans or other passenger-carrying vehicles – emergency exits, electrical cables and systems in engine and battery compartments, seating, HM/DG and specification cargo tank requirements, as applicable. HM/DG required inspection items will only be inspected by certified HM/DG and cargo tank inspectors, as applicable.
NOTE: If more than 20 percent of pushrod travel on exposed pushrods cannot be measured, then the inspection would not be considered a Level I Inspection and shall be identified as a Level II Inspection.
NOTE: A five-axle vehicle combination with one axle not measured will still require two defective brakes to be placed out of service under the 20 percent brake criteria


Level II – Walk-Around Driver/Vehicle Inspection

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An examination that includes each of the items specified under the North American Standard Level II Walk-Around Driver/Vehicle Inspection Procedure. As a minimum, Level II Inspections must include examination of: driver’s license; Medical Examiner’s Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation (SPE) Certificate (if applicable); alcohol and drugs; driver’s record of duty status as required; hours of service; seat belt; vehicle inspection report(s) (if applicable); brake systems; cargo securement; coupling devices; driveline/driveshaft; exhaust systems; frames; fuel systems; lighting devices (headlamps, tail lamps, stop lamps, turn signals and lamps/flags on projecting loads); steering mechanisms; suspensions; tires; van and open-top trailer bodies; wheels, rims and hubs; windshield wipers; buses, motorcoaches, passenger vans or other passenger-carrying vehicles – emergency exits, electrical cables and systems in engine and battery compartments, seating, and HM/DG requirements, as applicable. HM/DG required inspection items will only be inspected by certified HM/DG and cargo tank inspectors, as applicable. It is contemplated that the walk-around driver/vehicle inspection will include only those items that can be inspected without physically getting under the vehicle.


Level III – Driver/Credential/Administrative Inspection

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An examination that includes those items specified under the North American Standard Level III Driver/Credential/Administrative Inspection Procedure. As a minimum, Level III Inspections must include, where required and/or applicable: examination of the driver’s license; Medical Examiner’s Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation (SPE) Certificate; driver’s record of duty status; hours of service; seat belt; vehicle inspection report(s); and carrier identification and status.
NOTE: Mechanical equipment violations specific to a Level I or Level II Inspection should not be included in a Level III Inspection. If applicable, traffic violations/infractions should be included on a Level III Inspection.


Level IV – Special Inspections

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The Level IV inspection includes a one-time examination of a specific vehicle feature. This inspection level is typically carried out on a trend the Department of Transportation wants to conduct further research on; for example, the DOT may choose to focus on a common violation from a previous year’s inspection in order to track improvement over time.


Level V – Vehicle-Only Inspection

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An inspection that includes each of the vehicle inspection items specified under the North American Standard Inspection (Level I), without a driver present, conducted at any location. Inspection can be required at various times, e.g., periodically or on transfer of title to a vehicle. If required periodically, it is often termed periodic motor vehicle inspection; typical intervals are every two years and every year.


Level VI – North American Standard Inspection for Transuranic Waste and Highway Route Controlled Quantities (HRCQ) of Radioactive Material

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An inspection for select radiological shipments, which include inspection procedures, enhancements to the North American Standard Level I Inspection, radiological requirements and the North American Standard Out-of-Service Criteria for Transuranic Waste and Highway Route Controlled Quantities of Radioactive material. As of Jan. 1, 2005, all vehicles and carriers transporting HRCQ of radioactive material are regulated by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and required to pass the North American Standard Level VI Inspection. Previously, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) voluntarily complied with the North American Standard Level VI Inspection Program requirements. Select radiological shipments include HRCQ of radioactive material as defined by Title 49 CFR 173.403. And, because only a small fraction of transuranics are HRCQ, the U.S. DOE decided to include its transuranic waste shipments in the North American Standard Level VI Inspection Program.


Level VII – Jurisdictional Mandated Commercial Vehicle Inspection

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An inspection that is a jurisdictional mandated inspection program that does not meet the requirements of any other level of inspection. An example will include inspection programs such as, but not limited to, school buses, limousines, taxis, shared-ride transportation, hotel courtesy shuttles and other intrastate/intra-provincial operations. These inspections may be conducted by CVSA-certified inspectors, other designated government employees or jurisdiction-approved contractors. Inspector training requirements shall be determined by each jurisdiction. No CVSA decal shall be issued for a Level VII Inspection but a jurisdiction-specific decal may be applied.


Level VIII – North American Standard Electronic Inspection

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An examination that includes those items specified under the North American Standard Electronic Inspection Procedure. An electronic inspection must include, where required and/or applicable, a descriptive location, including GPS coordinates; electronic validation of who is operating the vehicle; appropriate driver’s license class and endorsement(s) for vehicle being operated; license status; valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate and Skill Performance Evaluation (SPE) Certificate; current driver’s record of duty status; hours-of-service compliance; USDOT or (Canada) NSC number; power unit registration; operating authority; Unified Carrier Registration (UCR) compliance; and federal out-of-service orders. The North American Standard Level VIII Electronic Inspection is an inspection conducted electronically or wirelessly while the vehicle is in motion without direct interaction with an enforcement officer. To be considered a complete Level VIII Electronic Inspection, a data exchange must include each of the required and/or applicable data points listed in the CVSA North American Standard Level VIII Electronic Inspection definition.


The companies with the largest number of inspections

Company Address Inspections Violations
Swift Transportation CO Of Arizona LLC 2200 S 75TH AVE, Phoenix, Arizona, 85043 30565 114270
J B Hunt Transport INC 615 J B HUNT CORPORATE DRIVE, Lowell, Arkansas, 72745 26900 113907
Fedex Ground Package System INC 1000 FEDEX DRIVE, Coraopolis, Pennsylvania, 15108 21612 133012
New Prime INC 2740 NORTH MAYFAIR AVE, Springfield, Missouri, 65803 21460 66870
United Parcel Service INC 55 GLENLAKE PKY NE, Atlanta, Georgia, 30328 21131 79012
Schneider National Carriers INC 3101 SOUTH PACKERLAND DRIVE, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 54313 20289 75532
Werner Enterprises INC 14507 FRONTIER ROAD, Omaha, Nebraska, 68138 17459 60369
Western Express INC 7135 CENTENNIAL PLACE, Nashville, Tennessee, 37209 17262 105141
Crete Carrier Corporation 400 NW 56TH STREET, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68528 15805 38878
Landstar Ranger INC 13410 SUTTON PARK DRIVE SOUTH, Jacksonville, Florida, 32224 14779 70706
Us Xpress INC 4080 JENKINS RD, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37421 14558 56065
First Student INC 600 VINE ST SUITE 1400, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45202 14435 23161
Wal-mart Transportation LLC 311 NORTH WALTON BLVD, Bentonville, Arkansas, 13473 16875
Ryder Integrated Logistics INC 11690 NW 105 STREET, Miami, Florida, 33178 12877 47234
C R England INC 4701 W 2100S, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84120 11947 42665
Crst Expedited INC 3930 16TH AVE SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 10331 34465
Landstar Inway INC 13410 SUTTON PARK DRIVE SOUTH, Jacksonville, Florida, 32224 10331 49074
Fedex Freight INC 2200 FORWARD DRIVE, Harrison, Arkansas, 72601 9444 32023
Central Transport LLC 12225 STEPHENS ROAD, Warren, Michigan, 48089 9193 50219
Marten Transport LTD 129 MARTEN STREET, Mondovi, Wisconsin, 54755 8952 26414

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