Contact us at (561) 383-6522 in West Palm Beach, or throughout Florida
Welcome to On-Site DOT Inspections, the most convenient and affordable way to obtain your required Periodic / Annual DOT truck and trailer safety inspections.On-Site DOT Inspections specializes in performing Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) vehicle safety inspections required for trucks and trailers. Additionally, we offer Federal Substance Abuse Testing Programs; Random Program Driver Consortium along with emergency post accident drug and breath alcohol testing.
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At On-Site DOT Inspections, we specialize in providing mobile on-site services to fleets large and small throughout Florida as well owner operators in the West Palm Beach and surrounding areas. Our family-owned-and-operated company provides truck & trailer safety inspections that certifies your equipment is in compliance with federal transportation regulations. Your truck and trailer inspections will be performed by a qualified inspector in accordance with FMCSR'S 49CFR 396.17 through 396.23.
All interstate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) or combination vehicles with a GVWR in excess of 10,001 GVW and all intrastate vehicles or combination vehicles with a GVWR in excess of 26,001 GVW (in Florida, other states may vary) are required to have a periodic / annual DOT safety inspection. For combination units the power unit, dolly and trailer / semi-trailer are also required to be inspected.
All commercial motor vehicles listed above include, but are not limited to, car hauling equipment (pick up trucks with car trailer) and dump trucks are also subject to the same FMCSR's and require periodic / annual safety inspections.
New entrants will have to survive a more rigorous test of their safety fitness under new rules issued by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. The regulations, to be published in the Dec. 16 Federal Register, identify 16 violations that FMCSA deems to be essential elements of basic safety management controls necessary to operate in interstate commerce. Failure to comply with any one of those 16 regulations results in an automatic failure of the new entrant safety audit, which is supposed to occur within the first 18 months of a new entrant’s operation.
Among the 16 “sudden death” violations, 14 would lead to failure of an audit based on a single occurrence. Two regulations - failing to require a driver to make a record of duty status, and using a commercial motor vehicle not periodically inspected - require a threshold of 51 percent or more of examined records to trigger automatic failure.
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