BETHESDA, Md. (June 1, 2000) — RoadCheck 2000, a 72-hour truck safety blitz organized by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance, will take place between June 6-8 at more than one thousand inspection sites throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. In addition to inspecting trucks and buses at inspection sites along major highways, roving patrols will stop commercial vehicles traveling other highways, the organization said.
The annual RoadCheck event, which began in 1988, places a special focus on truck, bus, and other driver safety programs aimed at saving lives on North American highways by reducing the number of crashes involving commercial vehicles.
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