A proposed elimination of the required driver vehicle inspection report (DVIR) when no defect in the commercial vehicle is found that day won’t save the industry as much money as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration thinks, according to the American Trucking Assns. And if a motor carrier is operating in Canada, the relief might not exist at all. In August, FMCSA proposed to eliminate the required no-defect DVIR - a move the agency said would save the trucking industry ...

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