FMCSA regulations ensure truck and bus safety through driver limits, drug testing, vehicle inspection, and hazardous cargo rules.
|PDF Title||Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations|
|File Size||186 kb|
- The regulations are rules created by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) to ensure that trucks and buses are operated safely on the roads.
- One important regulation is about how long truck drivers and other commercial vehicle operators can drive without taking a break. This is to prevent fatigue-related accidents.
- Another regulation is about drug and alcohol testing. Commercial drivers must undergo regular testing to ensure they are not under the influence while operating their vehicles.
- The regulations also specify how commercial vehicles should be inspected and maintained to ensure they are safe to drive. This includes regular inspections and keeping records of maintenance activities.
- The FMCSA regulations also cover how hazardous materials should be handled and transported, including proper labeling and securing of the cargo.
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