Safety & Compliance

No-Penalty Vehicle Inspections Held At Bordentown Petro

October 06, 2000

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The New Jersey State Police Truck Enforcement Unit held voluntary no-penalty vehicle inspections at the Petro Stopping Center, Bordentown, NJ, during International Highway Transportation Safety Week.
Trucks passing the Level One inspections received a CVSA decal good for three months. Those which didn’t pass were placed out of service, with no penalty, and allowed to fix the problems at the truckstop. Of 38 vehicles inspected during the three-day event, 18 were put out of service, while 21 tractors and 13 trailers received decals.
Safety literature was provided by ABF driver Max Helman, part of the ATA America’s Road Team and Ronald Stryshak, New Jersey Division of the Federal Highway Administration.Additional information about the troopers’ three-day visit is available at the Bordentown Petro’s website,

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