The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) International Roadcheck took place a matter of days ago, but the Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP) has already tallied up their results from the 72 hour inspection effort.

This year, Roadcheck took place May 17 — 19 throughout North America. During Roadcheck, inspectors were focused on wheel ends, including hubs, wheels, and wheel fasteners.

Check out some of the takeaways from the Wyoming Roadcheck effort below.

  • In Wyoming, 464 inspections were conducted in 72 hours.
  • Fifty-eight drivers were placed out of service.
  • Thirty-two vehicles were placed out of service.
  • 13 drivers had no valid CDL.
  • Drugs were found in the CMV seven times.
  • Two DUIs were issued during Roadcheck.

WHP also shared photos of some of the violations discovered during Roadcheck.

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