Federal Trucking Safety

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, which oversees the operation of commercial vehicles in the United States, is responsible for reducing the incidence of trucking deaths and injuries. The agency enforces safety-related laws and regulations meant to prevent fatalities on the nation’s highways, covering such matters as the number of hours a truck driver may be on the road, maintenance schedules and drug and alcohol testing.


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