FMCSA - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Adminstration

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  • Welcome to A&I Online

    Informed safety decisions help prevent crashes. Our redesigned home page gives you one-stop access to the knowledge you need to help keep our roads safe.

  • Safety Measurement System (SMS)

    Review motor carrier safety records and the new SMS display changes.

  • New Safety Event Mapping Tool

    View interactive maps of crash involvements, roadside inspections, and traffic enforcement by State or county.

  • Program Effectiveness

    View roadside intervention, carrier intervention, and compliance review models that measure the effectiveness of FMCSA enforcement programs.

A&I is FMCSA's online resource center for analytical data, statistics, recent studies, and reports on truck and bus safety. Lives—and livelihoods—depend on it.

Check Motor Carrier Safety and Performance Data

Motor carriers, log in to the Safety Measurement System (SMS) to view additional safety data.
Use of SMS Data/Information

The data in the Safety Measurement System (SMS) is performance data used by the Agency and Enforcement Community. A Carrier may be prioritized for an intervention action and roadside inspection. symbol, based on that data, indicates that FMCSA may prioritize a motor carrier for further monitoring.

The Carrier may be prioritized for an intervention action and roadside inspection. symbol is not intended to imply any federal safety rating of the carrier pursuant to 49 USC 31144. Readers should not draw conclusions about a carrier's overall safety condition simply based on the data displayed in this system. Unless a motor carrier in the SMS has received an UNSATISFACTORY safety rating pursuant to 49 CFR Part 385, or has otherwise been ordered to discontinue operations by the FMCSA, it is authorized to operate on the nation's roadways.

Motor carrier safety ratings are available at and motor carrier licensing and insurance status are available at

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