2018 Brake Safety Week Results
Enforcement personnel in 57 jurisdictions conducted 35,080 inspections on commercial motor vehicles. Inspectors found critical vehicle inspection items in the brake systems of 4,955 (14.1 percent) of the vehicles inspected and placed those vehicles out of service. View the 2018 results press release.
2018 Unannounced Brake Safety Day Results
Fifty-two U.S. and Canadian jurisdictions conducted 11,531 roadside inspections on commercial motor vehicles and removed 1,595 vehicles with brake violations from our roadways on April 25, 2018, as part of CVSA’s unannounced Brake Safety Day enforcement initiative. View the 2018 results press release.
2017 Brake Safety Day Results
On Sept. 7, 2017, enforcement personnel conducted 7,698 inspections on commercial motor vehicles for Brake Safety Day. Fourteen percent of the vehicles inspected were placed out of service for brake-related violations. View the 2017 results press release.
2017 Unannounced Brake Safety Day Results
More than 9,500 commercial motor vehicles were inspected for an unannounced brake safety enforcement event on May 3, 2017. View the 2017 results press release.
2016 Unannounced Brake Check Day Results
CVSA held its annual, unannounced brake check day on May 4, 2016, as part of its Operation Airbrake program. CVSA-certified inspectors in 31 participating U.S. states and Canadian provinces and territories checked brakes on 6,128 commercial motor vehicles. View the 2016 results news release.
2016 Brake Safety Week Results
Inspectors reported 13.2 percent of inspections with out-of-service brake violations. View the 2016 press release.
2015 Unannounced Brake Check Day Results
CVSA held its annual, unannounced brake check day on May 6, 2015, as part of its Operation Airbrake program. Nine percent of commercial motor vehicles inspected were placed out of service for excessive brake stroke violations (out of adjustment). View the 2015 results news release.
2015 Brake Safety Week Results
Inspectors conducted 18,817 brake-system inspections on large trucks and buses during 2015 Brake Safety Week. View the 2015 press release.