CVSA updated information about Operation Safe Driver Week 2022

March 30, 20220

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance scheduled its annual Operation Safe Driving Week for July 10-16.

Throughout the week, police officers will monitor drivers of commercial and passenger vehicles who commit risky driving. The identified unsafe drivers will be stopped and issued a warning.

As the analytics show, the interaction with law enforcement agencies helps to reduce the risk of road accidents. Throughout Operation Safe Driver Week, law enforcement personnel aim to make our roads safer.

Earlier, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration published its annual road accident report.

The report’s key takeaway was a 17% increase in speeding-related deaths.

That is why this year CVSA will focus on speeding.

“This safe driving campaign focuses specifically on the drivers’ actions, whether it’s speeding or inattentive driving,” said CVSA President Captain John Broers. “This attention to driver behavior is our attempt to identify violators on our roads in order to prevent accidents.”

During last year’s inspection, 10,486 warnings and 16,863 fines were issued to unscrupulous drivers.


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