The New Hampshire State Police have released the results from this week’s International Roadcheck truck inspection blitz.
The New Hampshire State Police participated in this year’s Roadcheck campaign, which took place throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico from June 4 — 6.
Here are the highlights from New Hampshire’s contribution to Roadcheck:
*In 72 hours, troopers conducted 528 inspections.
*Troopers discovered 1,205 violations violations during the inspections.
*215 of the violations were so severe that they created a condition where the vehicle or its driver was placed out of service.
*106 vehicles were placed out of service for critical safety violations.
*30 drivers were placed out of service for violations including possessing drugs, operating after suspension, violating restrictions of driving hours, and not holding the proper class of driver’s license.
*Troopers issued 84 citations and made one arrest as a result of commercial motor vehicle inspections.
*61 of the 528 inspected drivers received a CVSA decal for undergoing a Level I inspection that resulted in no critical violations.
The New Hampshire State Police also pointed out that there were no fatal crashes involving commercial vehicles during Roadcheck.