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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
USDOT logo Legal: TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
Operating (DBA): TRACSO
MC/MX #: 347064RFC #: TSC0711288Q0Federal Tax ID:Application Tracking #: 11790
Review Type: Safety Audit - Pre-Authority (OP1)
Scope: Entire OperationLocation of Review/Audit: FMCSA Border OfficeTerritory:
Operation TypesInterstateIntrastate
Carrier:HMN/A
Shipper:N/AN/A
Cargo Tank:N/A
Business: Corporation
Gross Revenue: $17,932,347.00         for year ending: 12/31/2012
Company Physical Address:
Puente Pedro Yanez 775
Ciudad Juarez, CI 32701 MEXICO-ZARAGOCITA
Contact Name: Luis Enrique Sotelo
Phone numbers: (1) (656) 640-1661(2) (915) 727-0385Fax (915) 990-2089
E-Mail Address: luis.sotelo@tracso.com.mx
Company Mailing Address:
8750 Castner Rd
El Paso, TX 79907
Process Agent Address:
Puente Pedro Yanez 775
Ciudad Juarez, CI 32701 MEXICO-ZARAGOCITA
Contact Name: Dunstano Chito Perez
Phone numbers: (1) (656) 640-1661(2) (656) 382-9908Fax (915) 990-2089
E-Mail Address: chito.perez@tracso.com.mx
Carrier Classification
Authorize for Hire
Cargo Classification
General Freight
Hazardous Materials
2.2 Nonflammable gas    Carried    Bulk                   3 Flammable liquid    Carried    Non-Bulk                   8 Corrosive material    Carried    Non-Bulk
Does carrier transport placardable quantities of HM?Yes
Is an HM Permit required?N/A
Driver Information
 InterIntra
< 100 Miles: 154 
>= 100 Miles:   
 
Average trip leased drivers/month: 0
Total Drivers: 154
CDL Drivers: 154
Equipment
 OwnedTerm LeasedTrip Leased OwnedTerm LeasedTrip Leased
Truck1800Truck Tractor13600
Trailer31300    
Power units used in the U.S.: 154
Percentage of time used in the U.S.: 30

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TRACSO (TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL dba)
Application Tracking #: 11790RFC #: TCS0711288Q0
Review Date:
05/20/2013
Part A
Questions about this report or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety or Hazardous Materials regulations may be addressed to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at:
 
  1. (Auditors/Investigators) 8370 Burnham, Suite 100
  2. El Paso, TX 79907
  3. Phone: (915)593-8574   Fax:(915)594-8857
This SAFETY AUDIT will be used to assess your safety compliance.
Person(s) Interviewed
Name: Luis Enrique Sotelo Title: President
Name: Dunstano Chito Perez Title: Compliance Manager


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TRACSO (TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL dba)
Application Tracking #: 11790RFC #: TCS0711288Q0
Review Date:
05/20/2013
Part B - Questions and Answers
Question General # 1 - Section # 387.7(a) Acute
Does the carrier have the required minimum level of financial responsibility in effect?
Answer
Yes
Comments

Carrier has the required levels of financial responsibility.

Question General # 2 - Section # 387.7(d) Critical
Does the carrier have required proof of financial responsibility?
Answer
Yes
Comments

Carrier produced copies of MCS-90 forms.

Question General # 3 - Section # 390.15(b)(1)
Can the carrier provide a complete accident register of recordable accidents?
Answer
No
Comments

Carrier cmv vehicle accident 12/06/2012 not recorded on Accident Register.
Driver:
trip date: 12/06/2012

Question General # 4 - Section # 390.15(b)(2) Critical
Does the carrier have copies of all accident reports required by States or other government entities or insurers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question General # 5 - Section # 390.3(e)
Is the carrier knowledgeable of the FMCSRs/HMRs?
Answer
Yes
Comments

Carrier has access to FMCSA internet website.

Question General # 6 - Section # 390.21
Does the carrier know the commercial motor vehicles marking requirements?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 1 - Section # 391.51(a) Critical
Does the carrier maintain complete driver qualification files?
Answer
No
Comments

PASA Pilot Program requiring 7 DQ files checked. DQ files are incomplete with missing documents. Part 391.21(a)- Incomplete employment application; Part 40.25(b)-missing D&A history.
Driver name:
Trip date: 4/22/2013

Question Driver # 2 - Section # 391.11(b)(4) Acute
Is the carrier using physically qualified drivers?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 3 - Section # 391.45(a), 391.45(b) Critical
Does available evidence indicate the motor carrier has used a driver without a medical certificate or with an expired medical certificate?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 4 - Section # 391.15(a) Acute
Is the carrier using any disqualified drivers?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 5 - Section # 391.51(b)(2) Critical
Does the carrier maintain driving and employment history inquiry data in driver qualification files?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 6 - Section # 382.115(a) Acute
Has the carrier implemented an alcohol and/or controlled substances testing program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 7 - Section # 382.213(b) Acute
Has the carrier used drivers who have used controlled substances?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 8 - Section # 382.215 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver who has tested positive for a controlled substance?
Answer
N/o
Comments
Question Driver # 9 - Section # 382.201 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver known to have an alcohol concentration of 0.04 or greater?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 10 - Section # 382.505(a) Acute
Has the carrier used a driver found to have an alcohol concentration of .02 or greater but less than .04 within 24 hours of being tested?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 11 - Section # 382.301(a) Critical
Has the carrier ensured that drivers have undergone testing for controlled substances prior to performing a safety sensitive function?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 12 - Section # 382.303(a) Critical
Has the carrier conducted post accident testing on drivers for alcohol and/or controlled substances?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 13 - Section # 382.305 Acute
Has the carrier implemented random testing program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 14 - Section # 382.305(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier conducted random alcohol testing at an annual rate of not less than the applicable annual rate of the average number of driver positions?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 15 - Section # 382.305(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier conducted controlled substance testing at an annual rate of not less than the applicable annual rate of the average number of driver positions?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Driver # 16 - Section # 40.305(a)
Has the carrier conducted the required return-to-duty tests on employees returning to safety-sensitive functions?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 17 - Section # 40.309(a)
Is the carrier conducting follow-up testing as directed by the Substance Abuse Professional?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 18 - Section # 382.211 Acute
Has the carrier used a driver who has refused to submit to an alcohol or controlled substances test required under Part 382?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 19 - Section # 382.503 Critical
Has the carrier used a Substance Abuse Professional as required by 49 CFR Part 40 Subpart O?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Driver # 20 - Section # 383.23(a) Critical
Has a driver operated a commercial motor vehicle without a current operating license, or a license, which hasn't been properly classed and endorsed?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 21 - Section # 383.37(a) Acute
Has the motor carrier allowed it's drivers who's CDLs have been suspended, revoked or canceled by a state, have lost the right to operate a CMV in a State, or have been disqualified from operating a CMV to operate a commercial motor vehicle?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Driver # 22 - Section # 383.51(a) Acute
Has the motor carrier knowingly allowed, required, permitted, or authorized a driver to drive who is disqualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Operation #1 - Section # 395.8(a) Critical
Does the carrier require drivers to make a record of duty status?
Answer
No
Comments

Carrier uses 100 air-mile radius exemption however time sheet/cards are improperly used and do not meet regulation requirements.
Driver:
Trip date: 3-13-2013

Question Operation #2 - Section # 395.8(i) Critical
Does the carrier require drivers to submit records of duty status within 13 days?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #3 - Section # 395.8(k)(1) Critical
Can the carrier produce records of duty status and supporting documents for selected drivers?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #4 - Section # 395.3(a)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 11-hour rule? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #5 - Section # 395.3(a)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 14-hour rule? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #6 - Section # 395.3(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 60 hours in 7 consecutive days? (Property)
Answer
No
Comments
Question Operation #7 - Section # 395.3(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 70 hours in 8 consecutive days? (Property)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #8 - Section # 395.5(a)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 10 hour rule? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #9 - Section # 395.5(a)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to exceed the 15 hour rule? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #10 - Section # 395.5(b)(1) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 60 hours in 7 consecutive days? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #11 - Section # 395.5(b)(2) Critical
Has the carrier allowed driver(s) to drive after having been on duty more than 70 hours in 8 consecutive days? (Passenger)
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #12 - Section # 395.8(e) Critical
Does available evidence indicate a selected driver has prepared a false record of duty status?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Operation #13 - Section #
Does the carrier adhere to a disciplinary policy for noncompliance with Part 395?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Operation #14 - Section # 395.1(e)
Does the carrier have a system for recording hours of duty status on 100- mile radius drivers, and are they properly utilizing the 100 air-mile radius exemption?
Answer
Yes
Comments

Carry is short-haul operator and using time card to record hours of service.

Question Operation #15 - Section # 392.2 Critical
Does the motor carrier ensure that drivers operate commercial motor vehicles in accordance with the laws, ordinances, and regulations of the jurisdictions in which they are operating?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Operation #16 - Section # 392.9(a)(1) Critical
Does the carrier ensure that drivers are not permitted to drive a vehicle without the cargo properly distributed and adequately secured?
Answer
No
Comments

Driver incident loss intermodal container onto roadway due to improper securement of container to chasis.
Driver:
Trip date: 9/28/2012

Question Operation #17 - Section # 392.4(b) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of, or in possession of, narcotic drugs, amphetamines, or any other substances capable of rendering the drivers incapable of safely operating motor vehicles?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Operation #18 - Section # 392.5(b)(1) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle while under the influence of, or in possession of, intoxicating beverages?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Operation #19 - Section # 392.5(b)(2) Acute
Have any drivers operated a commercial motor vehicle within 4 hours of having consumed intoxicating beverages?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Maintenance # 1 - Section # 396.3(b) Critical
Can the carrier produce maintenance files for requested vehicle(s)?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 2 - Section # 396.17(a) Critical
Can the motor carrier produce evidence of periodic (annual) inspections for selected vehicles?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 3 - Section # 396.11(a) Critical
Does the motor carrier require drivers to complete vehicle inspection reports daily?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 4 - Section # 396.11(c) Acute
Does the carrier ensure that out-of-service defects listed by the driver in the driver vehicle inspection reports are corrected before the vehicle is operated again?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 5 - Section # 396.9(c)(2) Acute
Does the carrier ensure vehicles that have been declared "out-of-service" do not operate before repairs have been made?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 6 - Section # 396.19
Is the carrier using qualified inspectors (mechanic) and maintaining evidence of the inspector's qualifications?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Maintenance # 7 - Section # 396.3
Can the carrier explain its systematic, periodic maintenance program?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 1 - Section # 107.608(a)
Is the carrier registered with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, and do they have copies of all of their registrations for the previous 3 years?
Answer
Yes
Comments

Carrier has current HM Certificate of Registration available. Carrier will not transport any HM product in PASA OP-1 Pilot Program.
PHMSA HM Certificate #062212551016U.
Issued date: 6/22/2012
Expiration date: 6/30/2013

Question Hazardous Material # 2 - Section # 171.15 Critical
Does the carrier promptly report hazardous materials incidents requiring immediate telephone notice to the appropriate authorities?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 3 - Section # 171.16 Critical
Does the carrier file hazardous materials incident reports when required?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 4 - Section # 172.704(a)
Do the HM training materials cover the minimum required elements?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 5 - Section # 177.800(c) Critical
Does the carrier provide HM training for its drivers?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 6 - Section # 177.817(a) Critical
Are the shipping papers used by the carrier properly prepared?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 7 - Section # 177.817(e) Critical
Does the carrier maintain proper accessibility for shipping papers?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 8 - Section # 177.841(e) Acute
Does the carrier transport packages bearing a poison label in the same vehicle with any foodstuff or feed for humans or animals?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 9 - Section # 177.848
Is the motor carrier aware that some hazardous materials may not be transported in the same vehicle with other hazardous material?
Answer
Yes
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 10 - Section # 180.407(a) Critical
Has the carrier transported a shipment of HM in a cargo tank that has not been inspected or tested in accordance with 180.407?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 11 - Section # 180.407(c) Critical
Are all of the cargo tanks used for the transportation of hazardous materials periodically inspected and tested with 180.407?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 12 - Section # 180.415 Critical
Are cargo tanks that pass inspections or tests required by 180.407 marked?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 13 - Section # 180.417(a)(1) Critical
Has the carrier retained all of the manufacturer's data report certificates and related papers, as required?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 14 - Section # 397.5(a) Acute
Does the carrier ensure that vehicles containing Division 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 (explosive) material is attended at all times?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 15 - Section # 397.7(a)(1) Critical
Has the motor carrier parked a vehicle containing Division 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 materials within 5 feet of a traveled portion of a highway or street?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 16 - Section # 397.7(b) Critical
Has the motor carrier parked a vehicle containing HM other than Division 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 materials within 5 feet of a traveled portion of a highway or street?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 17 - Section # 397.13(a) Critical
Has the carrier permitted anyone to smoke when within 25 feet of a vehicle containing Class 1 materials, Class 5 materials, or flammable materials classified in Division 2.1 , Class 3, Divisions 4.1 and 4.2?
Answer
No
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 18 - Section # 397.19(a) Critical
Has the carrier furnished all drivers transporting Division 1.1, 1.2, or 1.3 (explosive) material a copy of the rules of Part 397 and/or emergency response instructions?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Hazardous Material # 19 - Section # 397.67(d) Critical
Does the carrier have a system to ensure all drivers transporting Class 7 (radioactive) material, Div. 1.1, 1.2 or 1.3 explosive, or a poison inhalation Hazard zone A or B materials have a written route plan?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 1 - Section # 375.211
Does the carrier participate in an Arbitration Program?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 2 - Section # 13702
Does the carrier assess shipper freight charges based upon published tariffs?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 3 - Section # 375.401(c)
Does the carrier provide reasonably accurate estimates of moving charges?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 4 - Section # 375.407(a), 375.703(b)
Has the carrier avoided "hostage freight" or other predatory practices?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 5 - Section # 387.301(a), 387.301(b)
Does the HHG carrier have sufficient levels of public liability and cargo insurance?
Answer
N/A
Comments
Question Other # 6 - Section # 13901
Is the motor carrier authorized to conduct interstate operations in the United States?
Answer
Yes
Comments

L&I check indicated carrier has current operating authority under MX 347064.

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TRACSO (TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL dba)
Application Tracking #: 11790RFC #: TCS0711288Q0
Review Date:
05/20/2013
Part B Requirements and/or Recommendations
  1. Copies of the regulations, forms, interpretations, and manuals are available from a variety of sources. Check the FMCSA website for a current list of suppliers.
    www.fmcsa.dot.gov/safety-security/eta/index.htm
  2. Obtain a copy of each driver's driving record and review it annually.
  3. Ensure that all drivers are fully and properly qualified before operating in interstate commerce. Maintain a complete file as required for each driver, documenting the qualification process.
  4. Laboratory must transmit aggregate statistical summary on semi-annual basis.
  5. If you want some drivers to use the 100 air-mile radius exemption, make sure that the drivers meet all terms of the exemption, including being released from duty no more than 12 hours from when they report for duty. Logs must be prepared if a driver does not meet the 12 hour requirement.
  6. A complete Educational and Technical Assistance package entitled "A MOTOR CARRIER'S GUIDE TO IMPROVING HIGHWAY SAFETY" is available free on the FMCSA website to assist you in complying with the safety regulations. It contains many forms and documents useful for improving the safety of your operations. Check: www.fmcsa.dot.gov/factsfigs/eta/index.html.
  7. Notice: A pattern of and/or repeated violations of the same or related acute or critical regulations will cause the maximum penalties allowed by law to be assessed under Section 222 of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 (MCSIA). A pattern of violations means two or more violations of acute and/or critical regulations in three or more Parts of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations discovered during any eligible investigation. Repeated violations means violation(s) of an acute regulation of the same Part of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations discovered in an investigation after one or more closed enforcement actions within a six year period and/or violation(s) of a critical regulation in the same Part Title 49, Code of Federal regulations discovered in an investigation after two or more closed enforcement actions within a six year period.
  8. The violations discovered during this safety audit, may affect the civil penalty proposed in any subsequent Notice of Claim. In addition, your history of prior violations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Federal Hazardous Materials Regulations or the Federal Motor Carrier Commercial Regulations may also affect the civil penalty proposed in any subsequent Notice of Claim. Your signature for receipt of this report acknowledges your understanding that the violations discovered by the FMCSA during this review/inspection may be used to calculate any civil penalty proposed as a result of this review.


DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1417002753
Inspection Date: 04/25/2013
Start: 4:20 PM MT     End: 05:22 PM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTINTL2013MX738AP9SOLF613HSDJAPR9DN35845346,000 18371657 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right3/41 1/21 1/2
Left3/41 3/41 3/4
ChamberC-20C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
Vio CodeSectionUnitOOSCitation#VerifyCrashViolations Discovered
391.11B2391.11(b)(2)DN NNDriver cannot read or speak the English language sufficiently to respond to official inquiries, commercial zone driver.
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #1N/A
Study #2YES
Study #3YES
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
MICHAEL MARRUFO

Badge #:
US1417

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1170008285
Inspection Date: 04/27/2013
Start: 11:27 AM MT     End: 12:22 PM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA PORT OF ENTRYMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: STATE LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX450EA1SOL-F353WKAD49X2DF84501952241 18371433 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right1 1/811 1/4
Left1 1/41 1/81
ChamberL-20*C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
 
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #1 
Study #2YES
Study #3 
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
ROBERT BAIN

Badge #:
US1170

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1417002773
Inspection Date: 05/03/2013
Start: 8:10 AM MT     End: 9:07 AM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX452EA1SOLF-373WKAD49X0DF84502152246 18371661 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right1 1/43/45/8
Left1 1/45/83/4
ChamberC-20C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
 
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #1N/A
Study #2YES
Study #3NO
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
MICHAEL MARRUFO

Badge #:
US1417

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1497000019
Inspection Date: 05/14/2013
Start: 2:40 PM MT     End: 3:46 PM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: STATE LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX447EA1SOLF323WKAD49X7DF84501652000 18371636 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right111 1/4
Left111
ChamberC-24C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
 
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #118371636 CURRENT ISSUED MAY 20
Study #2CHIH209035
Study #3 
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
CAROLINA DE JESUS

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US1497

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1417002798
Inspection Date: 05/15/2013
Start: 3:40 PM MT     End: 4:37 PM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX451EA1SOLF363WKAD49X9DF84502052246 18371666 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right3/45/85/8
Left15/85/8
ChamberC-20C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
 
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks:

Report Prepared By:
MICHAEL MARRUFO

Badge #:
US1417

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1497000020
Inspection Date: 05/15/2013
Start: 9:00 AM MT     End: 10:27 AM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: STATE LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX558EA1SOLF333WKAD49X9DF84501752000  1780155118371791 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right1 1/41 1/41 1/4
Left11 1/41 1/4
ChamberC-20C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
 
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #118371791 MAY
Study #2CHIH206480, YES
Study #3 
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
CAROLINA DE JESUS

Badge #:
US1497

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DRIVER VEHICLE EXAMINATION REPORT Query Central 3.2.3
USDOT logoUS Department of Transportation
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
TEXAS DIVISION
903 SAN JACINTO BVLD. SUITE 101
AUSTIN, TX 78701
Report Number: US1497000030
Inspection Date: 05/17/2013
Start: 12:30 PM MT     End: 1:43 PM MT
Inspection Level: I-Full
HM Inspection Type: None
TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
PUENTE PEDRO YANEZ 775
CD JUAREZ, CI 32701
 
USDOT#: ******** Phone#: (656) 640-1661
MC/MX#: 347064  Fax#:
State#:
Driver:
License#:                     State: MX
Date of Birth:
CoDriver:
License#:                     State:
Date of Birth:
Location: YSLETA POEMile Post: 0Shipper: N/A
Highway: STATE LOOP 375Origin: CD JUAREZ, CIBill of Landing: N/A
County: EL PASO, TXDestination: EL PASO, TXCargo: EMPTY
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION
UnitTypeMakeYearStatePlate#Equipment IDVINGVWRCVSA#CVSA Issued#OOS Stricker
1TTKW2013MX449EA1SOLF-343WKAD49X0DF84501852000 18371795 
BRAKE ADJUSTMENTS
Axle#123
Right3/43/43/4
Left1/23/43/4
ChamberC-24C-30C-30
VIOLATIONS
Vio CodeSectionUnitOOSCitation#VerifyCrashViolations Discovered
393.9393.9(a)1N NNLicense plate lamp missing.
HazMat: No HM Transported.Placard: NoCargo Tank:

Special Checks: PASA Inspection.

INSPECTION NOTES: No Notes Recorded

Special Studies 
Study #118371795, MAY
Study #2CHIH209035, YES
Study #3 
Study #4 
Study #5 
Study #6 
Study #7 
Study #8 
Study #9 
Study #10 

Report Prepared By:
CAROLINA DE JESUS

Badge #:
US1497

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TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL DE CV
Application Tracking #: 11790RFC #: TCS0711288Q0
Review Date:
05/20/2013
MC/MX #: 347064RFC #: TCS0711288Q0Federal Tax ID:Application Tracking #: 11790
Review Type: Compliance Review (CR)
Scope: Principal OfficeLocation of Review/Audit: FMCSA Border OfficeTerritory:
Operation TypesInterstateIntrastate
Carrier:HMN/A
Shipper:N/AN/A
Cargo Tank:N/A
Business: Corporation
Gross Revenue: $17,932,347.00         for year ending: 12/31/2012
Company Physical Address:
Puente Pedro Yanez 775
CD Juarez, CI 32701 MEXICO Zaragocita
Contact Name: Dunstano Perez
Phone numbers: (1) (656) 640-1661(2) (915) 727-0385Fax (915) 990-2089
E-Mail Address: luis.sotelo@tracso.com.mx
Company Mailing Address:
8750 Castner
El Paso, TX 79907
Carrier Classification
Authorize for Hire
Cargo Classification
General Freight
Hazardous Materials
2.2 Nonflammable gas    Carried    Bulk                   3 Flammable liquid    Carried    Non-Bulk                   8 Corrosive material    Carried    Non-Bulk
Does carrier transport placardable quantities of HM?Yes
Is an HM Permit required?N/A
Driver Information
 InterIntra
< 100 Miles: 154 
>= 100 Miles:   
 
Average trip leased drivers/month: 0
Total Drivers: 154
CDL Drivers: 154
Equipment
 OwnedTerm LeasedTrip Leased OwnedTerm LeasedTrip Leased
Truck1800Truck Tractor13600
Trailer31300    
Power units used in the U.S.: 154
Percentage of time used in the U.S.: 30
USDOT logo
TRACSO (TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL dba)
U.S. DOT # 779973Z                                                                      Application Tracking #: 11790RFC #: TCS0711288Q0

05/08/2013
Part A
Questions about this report or the Federal Motor Carrier Safety or Hazardous Materials regulations may be addressed to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at:
 
  1. (Auditors/Investigators) 8370 Burnham, Suite 100
  2. El Paso, TX 79907
  3. Phone: (915)593-8574   Fax:(915)594-8857
This report will be used to assess your safety compliance.
Person(s) Interviewed
Name: Luis Enrique Sotelo Title: President
Name: Dunstano Chito Perez Title: Compliance Manager

Part B Violations

  1. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 382.401 (c)(6)(iii)
    • Discovered: 1
    • Checked: 1
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation:
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked:
    • Description: Failing to maintain semi-annual laboratory statistical summaries of urinalysis required by 40.111 (a).
    • Example: Driver: , Trip date: 7/26/12, From Jan. to June of 2012
  2. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 390.15(b)(1)
    • Discovered: 1
    • Checked: 1
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation:
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked:
    • Description: Failing to keep an accident register in the form and manner prescribed.
    • Example: The Reqister did not list the following accident that was a tow away accident on 12-6-12 in El Paso TX
  3. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 391.11 (b)(2)
    • Secondary: 391.11 (a)
    • Discovered: 1
    • Checked: 1
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation:
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked:
    • Description: Using a driver unable to read and/or speak the English language.
    • Example: Driver: , Trip date: 04/26/2013
  4. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 391.21(a)
    • Discovered: 21
    • Checked: 32
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation: 21
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked: 32
    • Description: Using a driver who has not completed and furnished an employment application.
    • Example: Driver: , Trip date: 5-10-12
  5. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 391.23(e)(1)
    • Discovered: 8
    • Checked: 32
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation: 8
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked: 32
    • Description: Failing to investigate the driver's alcohol and controlled substances history for the previous 3 years.
    • Example: Driver: , Trip date: 5-10-12
  6. FEDERAL
    • Primary: 395.8(a)
    • Discovered: 35
    • Checked: 527
    • Drivers/Vehicles in Violation: 12
    • Drivers/Vehicles Checked: 17
    • Description: Failing to require driver to make a record of duty status.
    • Example: Driver: , Trip date: 03/13/2013 From Juarez MX to El Paso TX

Part B Violations

Safety Fitness Rating Information:

  • Total Miles Operated 4,579,200
  • Recordable Accidents 1
  • Recordable Accidents/Million Miles 0.22
  • OOS Vehicle (CR): 0
  • Number of Vehicle Inspected (CR): 4
  • OOS Vehicle (MCMIS): 5
  • Number of Vehicles Inspected (MCMIS): 28
Your proposed safety rating is:
  • SATISFACTORY
Rating Factors AcuteCritical
Factor 1:S00
Factor 2:S00
Factor 3:S00
Factor 4:S00
Factor 5:S00
Factor 6:S--

Corrective actions must be taken for any violations (deficiencies) identified on Part B of this report.

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TRACSO (TRANSPORTATION AND CARGO SOLUTIONS S DE RL dba)
US DOT #: 7799732RFC #: TCS0711288Q0
Review Date:
05/08/2013
Part B Requirements and/or Recommendations
  1. DRIVER FITNESS BASIC PROCESS BREAKDOWN: Monitoring and Tracking

    DESCRIPTION OF PROCESS BREAKDOWN:
    Transportation and Cargo Solutions S DE RL dba TRACSO is a Mexico domiciled carrier and has been cited for invalid MX CDL or the MX CDL does not appear in the system and makes it invalid for not appearing in the system. The carrier also has not been monitoring if the drivers are working on their english proficiency and the drivers have been cited many times for Non English speaking drivers. Ms. Irma Chavez the Human resource manager of the carrier is going to assigned one of her employess to monitor and work with SCT to update all the carrier's MX CDLs and they will begin to test and monitor the drivers on their english proficiency. The carrier already has training set up to teach english proficiency

    BASIC SPECIFIC RECOMMENDED REMEDIES

    Implement Safety Improvement Practices: The following are recommended practices related to Monitoring and Tracking Processes.

    • Implement an effective process for monitoring and documenting all drivers job functions, training, qualifications, renewal dates, disclosed medical conditions, and operational restrictions, including those of drivers on a waiver program or with impairments that may be satisfied by a Skill Performance Evaluation certificate, to ensure that assignments are covered by qualified drivers.
    • Review and retain each driver's Motor Vehicle Record (MVR) at least annually to ensure compliance with company policies, Federal regulations, and State and local laws and ordinances related to driver fitness. If a driver seems to have numerous violations, the MVR should be reviewed more often. Random MVR checks in addition to annual checks are also effective. File the MVR in each driver's driver qualification file after review.
    • Maintain each driver's investigation history file in a secure location with limited and controlled access for as long as the driver is employed and for three years thereafter.
    • Maintain roadside inspection reports, moving violation records, training records, the Commercial Driver's License (CDL), the dispatch schedule, bills of lading, and the medical report to help evaluate the performance of all staff involved in qualifying drivers (dispatchers and managers) and the effectiveness of the policies and procedures.
    • Implement a system for keeping accurate records of employee driver fitness training needs, such as entry-level and HAZMAT training, and completed training, via software, a checklist in the driver's file, and/or another appropriate method.
    • Evaluate personnel who are monitoring driver fitness performance by making sure they are reviewing driver-assignment and qualification files; applying the performance standards fairly, consistently, and equitably; and documenting the evaluations.
    • Regularly evaluate the company's driver fitness-related inspection results via the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) website at http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/SMS. Assess violations for process breakdowns and how to remedy them. Use data to help implement an effective process beyond self-reporting to monitor, document, and evaluate compliance with driver-fitness regulations and company policies.
    • When monitoring and tracking any driver-fitness-related issue, always assess whether it is individual or represents a systemic breakdown in one of the Safety Management Processes (Policies and Procedures, Roles and Responsibilities, etc.).

    Seek Out Resources:

    • You are encouraged to review your company's record at the following website: http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/SMS You will need to use your PIN Number that has been provided by the FMCSA
    • Contact industry associations to get resources and ideas on safety improvement practices from other carriers in the industry.
  2. VEHICLE MAINTENANCE BASIC - INSPECTION-REPAIR-MAINTENANCE PROCESS BREAKDOWN: Training and Communication

    DESCRIPTION OF PROCESS BREAKDOWN
    Transportation and Cargo Solutions S DE RL dba TRACSO maintenance program for the fleet is electronic files ans a software program that can track any repairs done to the unit and will give alerts on units that are due any maiintenance service. In reviewing the carrier profile the carrier is still above the threshold in vehicle maintenance. Mr. Luis Carlos Hernandez Transport and Maintenance mangager stated he would start a traing program on driver vehicle inspections so that they can identify any problems with the vehicle and have them fixed before roadside inspections.

    BASIC SPECIFIC RECOMMENDED REMEDIES

    Implement Safety Improvement Practices: The following are recommended practices related to Communication and Training.

    • Convey expectations to all applicable staff for adhering to vehicle inspection, repairing, and maintenance regulations and company policies and procedures, and for executing responsibilities by providing new-hire and refresher training, and establish communication channels such as newsletters and/or meetings focused on conflicts between vehicle availability and repair requirements.
    • Ensure that all employees understand and accept their responsibility for timely communication of safety issues related to fleet inspection, repair, and maintenance to the appropriate individuals.
    • Ensure that managers and supervisors articulate their commitment to and establish communication with employees concerning vehicle inspection, repair, and maintenance.
    • Communicate the carrier's Vehicle Maintenance percentile to all staff and explain to them individually what they can do to help the carrier improve the percentile.
    • Ensure that mechanics and technicians communicate with the vehicle and equipment manufacturers and receive regular updated bulletins and recommendations.
    • Ensure that carriers with non-English-speaking employees who need to communicate with English-speaking employees and to understand English-language literature, such as the manufacturer's guide, have ways to deal successfully with language barriers.
    • Ensure that all drivers, dispatchers, managers, mechanics, and technicians receive training, including methods and tools, and appropriate certifications to fulfill their responsibilities and documentation requirements regarding vehicle inspection, repair, and maintenance, as required by regulations and company policies.
    • Implement and provide training for a fleet maintenance software system that can be updated according to current industry and regulatory standards, manufacturer's recommendations, and the carrier's experience.
    • Train mechanics to be able to differentiate between safety-related defects and other defects - for example, by recognizing that defective wheel ends can lead to wheel separation.
    • Ensure that drivers are trained in vehicle Out-of-Service (OOS) rules, their responsibilities in adhering to them, and the carrier's procedures for reporting OOS violations and communicating appropriately with other personnel.
    • Train all staff who are required to monitor and track vehicle maintenance on the appropriate company policies, including those related to discipline and incentives.
    • Provide hiring officials with guidance on how best to attract, screen, and qualify applicants who are most likely to adhere to vehicle inspection, repairing, and maintenance regulations and company policies and procedures.
    • Reinforce training to drivers, mechanics, and other employees about vehicle maintenance policies, procedures, and responsibilities, using job aids, post-training testing, and/or refresher training. Encourage informal feedback among drivers and mechanics so that they can help each other to improve.

    Seek Out Resources:

    • You are encouraged to review your company's record at the following website: http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/SMS. You will need to use your PIN Number that has been provided by the FMCSA.
    • Contact industry associations to get resources and ideas on safety improvement practices from other carriers in the industry.
  3. (b) For accidents that occur after April 29, 2003, motor carriers must maintain an accident register for three years after the date of each accident. For accidents that occurred on or prior to April 29, 2003, motor carriers must maintain an accident register for a period of one year after the date of each accident. Each Each motor carrier and intermodal equipment provider must do the following:
    motor carrier and intermodal equipment provider must do the following:
    Information placed in the accident register must contain at least the following:
    (1) A list of accidents as defined at §390.5 of this chapter containing for each accident:
    (i) Date of accident.
    (ii) City or town, or most near, where the accident occurred and the State where the accident occurred.
    (iii) Driver Name.
    (iv) Number of injuries.
    (v) Number of fatalities.
    (vi) Whether hazardous materials, other than fuel spilled from the fuel tanks of motor vehicle involved in the accident, were released.
    (2) Copies of all accident reports required by State or other governmental entities or insurers
     
  4. Laboratory must transmit aggregate statistical summary on semi-annual basis
     
  5. If you want some drivers to use the 100 air-mile radius exemption, make sure that the drivers meet all terms of the exemption, including being released from duty no more than 12 hours from when they report for duty. Logs must be prepared if a driver does not meet the 12 hour requirement
     
  6. A copy of your carrier profile can be obtained for $20 from the SAFER website (http://safer.fmcsa.dot.gov) or by calling 800-832-5660 or 703 280-4001. You can also write: Computing Technologies Inc. P.O. Box 3248, Merrifield, VA 22116-3248. Profile cost if ordered by mail or phone is $27.50.
     
  7. Understands Why Compliance Saves Time and Money: Compliance with FMCSRs will not only save lives, but also saves your business time and money. Tracking how much your business spends on non-compliance activities can help you understand the many benefits of compliance to your business and why safety is good business.

    Document and Follow Through on Action Plans: Document and follow through on action plans to ensure the actions you are taking are creating improvement in safety management and compliance.

    NOTICE: A pattern and/or repeated violations of the same or related acute or critical regulations (violations of the same Part in Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations) will cause the maximum penalties allowed by law to be assessed under Section 222 of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 (MCSIA). A pattern of violations means two or more violations of acute and/or critical regulations in three or more Parts of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations discovered during any eligible investigation. Repeated violations means violation(s) of an acute regulation of the same Part of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations discovered in an investigation after one or more closed enforcement actions within a six year period and/or violation(s) of a critical regulation in the same Part of Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations discovered in an investigation after two or more closed enforcement actions within a six year period.

    NOTICE: 49 CFR Part 391.23 requires prospective employers to, at a minimum, investigate a driver's employment information, crash record, and alcohol and controlled substances history from all employers the driver worked for within the previous 3 years.

    The Pre-Employment Screening Program (PSP) is a screening tool that assists motor carriers in investigating crash history and roadside safety performance of prospective drivers. The PSP allows motor carriers to purchase 5 years of crash data and 3 years of roadside inspection data from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS). Records are available 24 hours a day via Web request. Motor carriers should visit the following website for more information: http://www.psp.fmcsa.dot.gov/Pages/default.aspx

    All motor carriers and truck drivers are needed to fight against terrorism and hijacking. You could be a target. Protect yourself, your trucks, your cargo, and your facilities. Discuss with your employees/drivers the "Security Measures for Truck Drivers and Companies" which were provided and reviewed with motor carrier official. Motor carriers should visit the following website for more information: http://www.fmcsa.dot.gov/documents/Hijacking-Brochure.pdf

    PLEASE NOTE: The violations discovered during this compliance review may affect the civil penalty proposed in any subsequent Notice of Claim. In addition, your history of prior violations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations, Federal Hazardous Material Regulations or the Federal Motor Carrier Commercial Regulations may also affect the civil penalty proposed in any subsequent Notice of Claim. Receipt of this report acknowledges your understanding that the violations discovered by the FM CSA during this review may be used to calculate any civil penalty proposed as a result of this review.

Updated: Thursday, April 3, 2014