|With no violations||1,225,324||1,363,261|
|With OOS Violations||183,350||166,305|
|Driver OOS Rate||5.3%||5.1%|
|With OOS Violations||480,416||476,871|
|Vehicle OOS Rate||19.9%||20.4%|
|Hazardous material inspections||211,154||196,164|
|With OS Violation||9,210||7,791|
|Hazmat OOS Rate||4.4%||4.0%|
KEY: OOS = out-of-service.
NOTES: Driver Inspections were computed based on inspection levels I, II, III, and VI. Vehicle Inspections were computed based on inspection levels I, II, V, and VI. Hazmat Inspections were computed based on inspection levels I, II, III, IV, V, and VI when hazardous materials were present. Roadside inspection OOS rates depicted in this table include both large trucks and buses. For more information on roadside inspections and inspection levels, please refer to https://csa.fmcsa.dot.gov.
SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS), Roadside Inspection Activity Summary for Fiscal Years, special tabulation, August 2015.