The Summary of Activities presents the most recent investigation and the number
of roadside inspections and crashes that have occurred during the 24-month
timeframe that are used to calculate the Safety Measurement System (SMS)
results for the motor carrier.
The Total Inspections count consists of all roadside inspections
(Levels I through VI). The inspection total is broken down into total inspections
without violations used in the SMS and total inspections with violations used in the
The Total Crashes count consists of all the Federal Motor Carrier Safety
Administration-reportable crashes. Reportable crashes include crashes that
resulted in an injury or fatality to a person involved in the crash and crashes that
required at least one vehicle to be towed from the scene due to disabling damage
where there were no injuries or fatalities.
Selecting "Continue for more Crash, Inspection & Investigation Details"
reveals more information about recent investigations, inspections, and crashes.
The five most recent investigations and when they occurred are listed. Inspections
are broken down by type (i.e., driver, vehicle, and placardable Hazardous
Materials (HM)) and include out-of-service (OOS) percentile rates.
The Driver Inspection count consists of all Level I, II, III, and VI inspections. The
driver OOS rate is calculated as the number of driver inspections with at least one
driver OOS violation divided by the total number of driver inspections.
The Vehicle Inspection count consists of all Level I, II, V, and VI inspections. The
vehicle OOS rate is calculated as the number of vehicle inspections with at least
one vehicle OOS violation divided by the total number of vehicle inspections.
The Placardable HM Inspection count consists of all vehicle inspections
(Level I, II, V, and VI) where placardable quantities of HM are present. The HM
OOS rate is calculated as the number of placardable HM vehicle inspections with
at least one HM OOS violation divided by the total number of placardable HM
Total Crashes is broken down into three categories: Fatal, Injury, and Towaway.