Vigillo – creators of Daylight, the CSA Platform for Transportation – announced its IQLab division will be offering a “Top Violations By State” Excel Workbook to better assist motor carriers in managing disparate enforcement state to state. The workbook is compiled from multiple, publicly available U.S. Department of Transportation sources and contains all roadside inspection data for 2011 to date.
“We did what we do best, which is to combine and organize mass quantities of data and then explain just what it means from a CSA standpoint,” says Steve Bryan, president of Vigillo. “In this case, we took all the top CSA violations by state and organized it. Not only does enforcement vary widely from state to state but each violation carries a different weight in a fleet’s overall CSA score.”
Bryan says Vigillo has found that Texas focuses on lights and lamps, while Indiana focuses on speeding, and Oregon and Georgia focus on log violations. “Knowing that information and conveying it to the drivers will be a huge benefit in the overall management of CSA scores,” he says.