Transportation Industry Regulations

Transportation Industry Regulations

The rules and regulations in the transportation industry are complicated and confusing. It's possible to spend so much time trying to understand and comply with all with the DOT regs that actual safety practices and guidance become secondary to DOT compliance. Obviously, this is not a good spot for your company to be in.

A big part of compliance is understanding critical information about performing vehicle inspections, properly filling out vehicle inspection forms, and the consequences of a roadside DOT inspection. Knowing how to get these jobs done -and doing them in a timely fashion-- helps protect your equipment, your drivers, and your organization's reputation.

Let Highline Safety and Field Services work with you to end the confusion and ease the stress. We can give you the tools to keep your business in DOT compliance and we can help fix the problems. Let us handle the compliance work, and you get back to running a safe, profitable business.

Be Prepared Before You Need It

Don't spend your management hours trying to maintain driver files. Our team of DOT compliance experts will create and maintain driver files for you. We can assure you they will be 100% complete and ready for audit. We can also do your background screens.
We'll work with you to be sure that vehicle inspections and truck maintenance work are done using a DOT vehicle inspection form. This can help you control costs, as well as keep your drivers safe on the road.

The Value of an Inspection Done Right

The Value of an Inspection Done Right

When properly executed, vehicle inspections can help your drivers to discover unsafe conditions before those conditions lead to accidents or crashes. They also find mechanical problems before breakdowns occur, saving money and time lost on the road. And vehicles that are truly road-worthy can't be taken out of service after a roadside DOT inspection. You'll save money on fines and avoid infractions, too.