This year, the 72-hour, stepped-up enforcement effort, which highlights the importance of commercial motor vehicle safety through roadside inspections, will focus on the category of driver requirements.

In the past, International Roadcheck usually took place during the first week of June. However, this year, the event was moved up by one month, when the weather may be more favorable for many jurisdictions, CVSA said.

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