The Arizona Division of Public Security (AZDPS) launched outcomes from a weeklong enforcement effort concentrating on industrial car drivers.
AZDPS performed Operation Southern Protect 2023 from Monday, February 20, 2023, by way of Friday, February 24, 2023.
Officers focused on industrial autos touring on I-10 from Phoenix to the New Mexico state line, and on I-19 from Tucson to the worldwide border in the course of the enforcement effort. Legislation enforcement positioned particular emphasis on reckless driving, failure to make use of a flip sign or improper signaling, failure to yield proper of means, and improper lane modifications. Seatbelt use and cellphone use have been additionally areas of emphasis.
The AZDPS Industrial Car Enforcement Process Pressure (CVETF) and companions accomplished 693 industrial car inspections and recorded 2,238 driver-vehicle examination report violations throughout Operation Southern Protect.
Moreover, 106 autos and 135 drivers have been positioned out of service.
The aim of Operation Southern Protect is to “goal hazardous driving violations, conduct industrial motorized vehicle (CMV) inspections, and educate drivers on protected and compliant operation in an effort to scale back crashes involving industrial motor autos.”
AZDPS partnered with the Federal Motor Service Security Administration, the Pinal County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Marana Police Division, the Oro Valley Police Division, and the Tucson Police Division throughout Operation Southern Protect.