CVSA’s International Roadcheck Is Scheduled for May 14-16


Roadcheck will prioritize two focus areas: tractor protection systems and alcohol and controlled substance possession, which will include checking the Clearinghouse to make sure the driver is Not Prohibited.

There is an average of 15 vehicle inspections per minute.  

2023 CVSA conducted nearly 60,000 inspections.

5.5 % resulted in driver out-of-service.

CVSA’s International Roadcheck, slated for May 14-16, is a prominent commercial motor vehicle inspection and regulatory compliance enforcement initiative. Taking place over three days across Canada, Mexico, and the United States, it involves rigorous inspections by CVSA-certified law enforcement personnel at weigh/inspection stations, temporary sites, and through mobile patrols to ensure adherence to federal, state, provincial, or territorial regulations. The collected data from the 72-hour period will be analyzed, with results expected to be released this summer.

Each year, International Roadcheck focuses on specific violation categories, with this year’s emphasis on tractor protection systems and alcohol and controlled substance possession. The rising number of prohibited drivers listed in the U.S. Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse (DACH) underscores the ongoing concern surrounding controlled substances and alcohol possession/use, posing risks to all motorists. Inspectors will conduct thorough North American Standard Level I Inspections, comprising a meticulous 37-step examination of vehicle components and driver documentation and requirements over the three-day event. For further details on Roadcheck 2024, click this link here.