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 Additional Resources

  • The Department of Transportation offers information on regulations and interpretations at www.fmcsa.dot. gov
  • CSA results are available for every commercial motor carrier with a DOT number  at csa.fmcsa.dot.gov
  • Information on hazardous material transportation can be found on the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials website www.phmsa.dot.gov/hazmat 

In terms of risk, it’s better if a person consistently drives the same routes. These drivers tend to have safer CSA scores because of the familiarity with their work territories. What is the driver’s annual mileage? Any driver that operates over 100,000 miles a year probably runs his or her truck pretty hard. If the driver has lower miles and still turns a good profit, he or she will be seen as a more favorable risk. You can get this information from the Federal Highway Administration.

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2. Where are the drivers’ routes?

1. What is the experience and career longevity of the driver?

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3. What is the driver’s annual mileage?

Transportation  / Motor Cargo

 Any driver that operates over 100,000 miles a year probably runs his or her truck pretty hard. If the driver has lower miles and still turns a good profit, he or she will be seen as a more favorable risk. You can get this information from the Federal Highway Administration.

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