Inspections of Interstate Commercial Vehicles 1994
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Inspections of Interstate Commercial Vehicles 1994

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      This document presents aggregate statistics derived from the 1994 Interstate Motor Carrier Inspection Database. The database was compiled from the records of driver-vehicle inspections conducted during Calendar Year 1994 by State and Federal officials responsible for commercial motor vehicle safety. The database is maintained by the Office of Motor Carriers (OMC), Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This publication is intended to be used by individuals and organizations desiring general information on the safety fitness of interstate commercial carriers, as measured by driver-vehicle inspections conducted under the auspices of the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (49 U.S.C. 350 and 355). In 1994, State and Federal officials conducted 1,976,973 inspections of commercial vehicles engaged in interstate or intrastate commerce. This report covers the 1,385,131 inspections of vehicles engaged in interstate commerce (70%). Of these inspections, nearly all were conducted by State personnel; only 0.18% were conducted by Federal personnel. This report moves from a general discussion of inspection activities and outcomes, to a more detailed assessment of the internal (carrier and vehicle) factors which influence inspection outcomes, and concludes with an examination of the external (environmental) factors which affect these outcomes. The topics are explored in three chapters, as follows: (1) 1994 Overview; (2) The Impact of Carrier and Vehicle Attributes; and (3) The Impact of the Inspection Environment. Within each chapter, data are organized under specific topics. A glossary of terms and a depiction of common vehicle configurations are presented in the Appendix.
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