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What Are the 7 CSA BASICs, SMS, & How Does the FMCSA Use Interventions
What Are the 7 CSA BASICs, SMS, & How Does the FMCSA Use Interventions

When a driver gets convicted of an FMCSA Compatibility, Safety, & Accountability (CSA) violation, both the driver and the carrier typically get CSA points. Those points are entered into the Safety Measurement System (SMS) under the carrier’s DOT number and the driver’s ...

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  • What Are the 7 CSA BASICs, SMS, & How Does the FMCSA Use Interventions

    When a driver gets convicted of an FMCSA Compatibility, Safety, & Accountability (CSA) violation, both the driver and the carrier typically get CSA points. Those points are entered into the Safety ...

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  • Can I Use Personal Conveyance During My Mandatory 30-Minute Break?

    The easy answer to the question, “Can I use personal conveyance during my mandatory 30-minute break?” Is yes, you can. However, in this article, we will take a more in-depth look into personal ...

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  • What You Should Do about that Speeding in a Commercial Vehicle Ticket

    That speeding in a commercial vehicle ticket you got out there on I-80 is just as common as a speeding ticket in a private vehicle, even though it doesn’t seem like it. However, when a commercial ...

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  • Will My Auto Insurance Drop Me for Getting a 100+ Speeding Ticket?

    There Is No Law Requiring an Insurance Company to Retain You as a Client When you get convicted for a 100+ speeding ticket, your insurance company will typically double or triple your auto insurance ...

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  • How Many Traffic Citations Are You Allowed Before You Lose Your DL?

    There is no set number of traffic citations you can receive before your driver’s license (DL) gets suspended. However, there is a set number of negligent operator treatment system (NOTS) points. The ...

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  • Can Reckless Driving Be Proven?

    Reckless driving is a misdemeanor offense, and as such, when charged, you should be warned of your “right to remain silent and to have an attorney present during questioning.” Regardless of your ...

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