West Virginia Conducting Commercial Vehicle Inspection Blitz

June 4, 2008

Truck drivers, beware. The West Virginia Public Service Commission is conducting a mandatory road check for commercial vehicles.

Starting early on June 3, PSC enforcement officers will conduct nonstop inspections over a three-day period to ensure compliance with federal safety regulations.

Commercial vehicles and drivers will be checked at a northbound Interstate 77 weigh station and at rest areas on eastbound and westbound I-64.

Last year, 353 commercial vehicles were given full inspections and 77 unsafe vehicles were taken out of service until they came into compliance.

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