California Highway Patrol
Certificate of Achievement
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) requires truck terminals to participate in the Biennial Inspection of Terminals (BIT) Program, a roadability safety inspection program that inspects chassis, trailers and trucks. The law requires that truck terminals, such as ours, register with the CHP, whereby safety inspectors check for compliance of the program. The inspectors verify the carrier has enrolled drivers into the Department of Motor Vehicles Pull Notice program, which sends alerts to the carrier when a driver has a convicted traffic violation, license suspension or revocation. Additionally, inspectors verify the carrier follows practices to ensure compliance with drivers’ hours of service, vehicles and equipment are roadability safe, and maintenance practices are in place.
We proudly display our “badge,” our recognition from the CHP, the issuance of a Certificate of Achievement for having two consecutive BIT satisfactory ratings. We believe in safety first!
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