Car transport professionals conducting auto shipping duties on the automobile transport roads and highways of the United States of America that have been wondering where they stand in the pending Safety Measurement System that will soon be implemented across the continental United States may soon be able to find out where they stand. The United States Federal Motor Carrier Administration has recently announced that they'll soon unveil the next part of CSA 2010 and starting on August 16 professionals in the business of shipping cars in the United States will be able to take a look at where they stand in the eyes of the new Safety Measurement System and the United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. This means according to the FMCSA that American car movers will be able to see how they are performing in each of the seven Behavior Analysis and Safety Improvement Categories, or BASICs.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has been strongly suggesting to motor carriers of late that they might want to visit the website to become familiar with the new Safety Measurement System will work and preview their data, once it comes on line. This will give American car transporters a chance to find out where they stand and make changes to address any safety compliance issues and become a safer operator, according to the FMCSA.
This news is also joined by the notification by the FMCSA that they intend to stick to the schedule they first announced for CSA 2010. This means that by the end of 2010 warning letters will be sent out to car transporters in the United States that will be asked to come in for a quick inspection. They intend to implement this new system state by state throughout 2011 as each state gets up to speed with the changes and sometime next year the FMCSA expects to have a proposal for a new method of determining safety fitness ready for publication.