Pilot Flying J To Offer Free Inspections Ahead of CVSA Roadcheck

by Jake Tully - Published: 5/24/2018

Beginning today, truck stop and fuel center Pilot Flying J has announced that it will offer drivers free mid-trip inspections through June 7 as part of the company’s Pilot Flying J Truck Care program, in order to help professional drivers prepare for the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance International Roadcheck early next month.

A program reputedly launched in 2017, the company reports that it strives to take the burden off divers in the wake of the CVSA International Roadcheck with its free on-site assistance program.

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Jason Davis, director of operations for Pilot Flying J Truck Care Service Centers reports that offering this program for drivers is meant to prove success for drivers, though vehicles will receive a critical and thorough inspection.

"During the 72-hour CVSA Roadcheck event, all commercial drivers should be prepared for a thorough inspection of both driver operating requirements and vehicle mechanical fitness," said Davis. "Leading up to the event, Pilot Flying J Truck Care is here to provide necessary preparation tips to professional drivers and to help ensure trucks meet the requirements necessary for the checks. By offering free mid-trip inspections, our hope is that we help more professional drivers pass the checks successfully."

Pilot Flying J reports that mid-trip inspections focus heavily on checking the status of tires, brakes, exhaust features, lights and windshields, among other important vehicle attributes.

For more information on the free mid-trip inspections offered by Pilot Flying J, interested parties may visit the company’s site.