Operation Safe Driver Week Results Released

(Last Updated On: December 12, 2017)


The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance has released the results from this year’s Operation Safe Driver Week, showing nearly double the amount of citations handed out to commercial drivers compared to 2016.

The top five reasons for citations and warnings saw significant changes percentage wise, but stayed in nearly the same order of frequency. After state and local moving violations, speeding was the second most common violation, followed by failing to use a seat belt, failing to obey traffic control devices, and using a cell phone. Seat belt violations moved up a slot compared to last year, but was just barely more common than violations stemming from failing to obey traffic control devices at 2.6% compared to 2.5% of all violations.

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