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SMS - Safety Measurement System SMS - Safety Measurement System

DEPENDABLE HIGHWAY EXPRESS INC

  • 9853
  • 2555 E OLYMPIC BLVD
    LOS ANGELES, CA 90023
  • 466
  • 658
  • 1,664

Safety Rating & OOS Rates

(As of 06/19/2019 updated daily from SAFER )

SATISFACTORY
( 02/14/1989)

Out of Service Rates

Type OOS % National Avg %
Vehicle 8.9 20.7
Driver 1.0 5.5
Hazmat 5.3 4.5

Licensing and Insurance

(As of 06/19/2019 updated hourly from L&I )

Active For-Hire Authority
Type Yes/No MC#/MX#
Property Yes MC-139496
Passenger No
Household Goods No
Broker Yes MC-139496

BASIC Status (Public Property Carrier View) FAST Act of 2015

Behavior Analysis & Safety Improvement Categories (BASICs) Based on a 24-month record ending May 31, 2019

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Vehicle Maintenance

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On-Road Performance

1.38 How is the measure calculated?

Safety Event Group: 501+ relevant vehicle inspections

Investigation Results

No Acute/Critical Violations Discovered

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Carrier Measure Over Time

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This graph displays a carrier’s measure based on 24 months of on-road performance. Zero indicates the best performance. To see how the measure is calculated click here. To see how the measure relates to percentile click here. Expand for more information.

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Measure 1.46 1.47 1.43 1.40 1.39 1.38
Measure 0 0 0 0 0 0

Violation Summary

Vehicle Maint. Violations: 490

Violations Description # Violations # OOS Violations Violation Severity Weight
396.3(a)(1) Inspection, repair and maintenance of parts & accessories 64 1 2
393.9 Inoperable Required Lamp 46 15 2
393.47(e) Clamp or Roto type brake out-of-adjustment 31 0 4
393.75(a)(3) Tire-flat and/or audible air leak 30 30 8
396.3A1B Brakes (general) Explain: 30 3 4
393.11 No or defective lighting devices or reflective material as required 29 5 3
393.45 Brake tubing and hose adequacy 27 18 4
396.3A1BL Brake system pressure loss 25 1 4
393.45(b)(2) Brake hose or tubing chafing and/or kinking 24 3 4
396.5B-HWSLIW Hubs - Wheel seal leaking - inner wheel 18 2 2
393.9TS Inoperative turn signal 11 6 6
393.207(a) Axle positioning parts defective/missing 10 3 7
393.75(c) Tire-other tread depth less than 2/32 of inch measured in a major tread groove 9 0 8
393.25(f) Stop lamp violations 8 4 6
393.75(a)(2) Tire-tread and/or sidewall separation 8 2 8
396.5(b) Oil and/or grease leak 8 0 3
393.209(d) Steering system components worn, welded, or missing 7 1 6
393.95(a) No/discharged/unsecured fire extinguisher 7 0 2
393.75(a)(1) Tire-ply or belt material exposed 6 3 8
393.19 Inoperative/Defective Hazard Warning Lamp 5 3 6
393.201(d) Frame accessories improperly attached 5 0 2
393.45B2PC Brake Hose or Tubing Chafing and/or Kinking - Connection to Power Unit 5 4 4
393.55(e) No or Defective ABS Malfunction Indicator Lamp for trailer manufactured after 03/01/1998 5 0 4
396.3(a)1BOS BRAKES OUT OF SERVICE: The number of defective brakes is equal to or greater than 20 percent of the service brakes on the vehicle or combination 5 5 0
392.2WC Wheel (Mud) Flaps missing or defective 4 0 1
392.9(a)(2) Failing to secure vehicle equipment 4 4 1
396.5B-HLIW Hubs - Oil and/or Grease Leaking from hub - inner wheel 4 0 2
393.207(b) Adjustable axle locking pins missing or not engaged 3 1 7
393.45B2UV Brake Hose or Tubing Chafing and/or Kinking Under Vehicle 3 1 4
393.60(c) Damaged or discolored windshield 3 0 1
393.75(h) Tire underinflated 3 2 3
393.45DLUV Brake Connections with Leaks Under Vehicle 2 0 4
393.48(a) Inoperative/defective brakes 2 1 4
393.60EWS Windshield - Obstructed 2 0 1
393.95(b) No spare fuses as required 2 0 2
393.9H Inoperable head lamps 2 0 6
393.9T Inoperable tail lamp 2 2 6
396.5B-HLOW Hubs - oil and/or Grease Leaking from hub - outer wheel 2 2 2
392.9(a) Failing to secure load 1 1 1
393.102(a)(1)(ii) Insufficient means to prevent rearward movement 1 1 3
393.11TT Truck-Tractor with No retroreflective sheeting or reflex reflective material on vehicle manufactured after July 1997 1 0 3
393.201(a) Frame cracked / loose / sagging / broken 1 0 2
393.205(c) Wheel fasteners loose and/or missing 1 0 2
393.207(c) Leaf spring assembly defective/missing 1 0 7
393.207(f) Air suspension pressure loss 1 0 7
393.209(c) Loose steering column 1 1 6
393.23PT All required lamps on towed vehicle inoperative due to no electrical connection 1 1 2
393.24(c) Improper Headlamp mounting 1 0 6
393.45(d) Brake connections with leaks or constrictions 1 0 4
393.45UV Brake Tubing and Hose Adequacy Under Vehicle 1 0 4
393.47(a) Inadequate brakes for safe stopping 1 1 4
393.53(b) CMV manufactured after 10/19/94 has an automatic airbrake adjustment system that fails to compensate for wear 1 0 4
393.55(d)(3) No or Defective ABS Malfunction Indicator for towed vehicles on vehicles manufactured after February 2001 1 0 4
393.65(c) Improper securement of fuel tank 1 0 1
393.67(c)(7) Fuel tank fill pipe cap missing 1 0 1
393.70 Fifth wheel 1 0 3
393.70(b) Defective/improper fifth wheel assemblies 1 0 3
393.70(d)(8) Improper safety chain attachment 1 1 3
393.75(a) Flat tire or fabric exposed 1 1 8
393.75(a)(4) Tire-cut exposing ply and/or belt material 1 0 8
393.75(b) Tire-front tread depth less than 4/32 of inch on a major tread groove 1 0 8
393.83(a) Exhaust system location 1 0 1
393.95(f) No / insufficient warning devices 1 0 2
396.3A1DSCB Center Bearing (Carrier Bearing) Cracked / Loose / Broken / Missing 1 0 3
396.3A1DSYE Drive Shaft Yoke Ends Cracked / Loose / Broken / Missing 1 1 3
396.3A1T Tires (general) 1 0 8
396.9(d)(2) Failure to correct defects noted on previous inspection report 1 0 4

Inspection History

Vehicle Inspections: 1,465

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Report Vehicle Measure = Sum of the Total Weight (TotW) Sum of the Time Weight (TiW)
Inspection Date Number State Plate Number Plate State Type Severity Weight
(SW)
Time Weight
(TiW)
Total Weight
(TotW)
Sum of measure weights Sum of measure weights 2,145 2,636 3,656
TotW TiW
=
3,656 2,636
= 1.38
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*** The sum of all violation severity weights (violation weight + out-of-service) for this inspection has been capped at 30.

Investigation Results

Vehicle Maint. Acute/Critical Violations: 0

This carrier has no Vehicle Maintenance Acute/Critical Violations to display.

Summary of Activities

The summary includes information on the 5 most recent investigations and 24 months of inspections and crash history.

  • 9/2/1988 (Safety Review)
  • 1,664
    • 1,264
    • 400
  • : 25

*Crashes listed represent a motor carrier’s involvement in reportable crashes, regardless of the carrier’s or driver’s role in the crash. Continue for details.

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Enforcement Cases

(Six years as of 06/19/2019 updated monthly from FMCSA )

No penalties found

Tools/Resources

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On-Road Performance

A carrier’s on-road performance in each BASIC is based on 24 months of inspection and crash data.

Performance Measure

Carrier violations or crashes are weighted by time and severity to produce a measure for that carrier in each BASIC. The measure only considers individual performance, with a measure of 0 indicating best performance.

Performance Percentile

The SMS calculates a percentile (based on the measure) for each carrier with sufficient information to be compared against carriers with similar safety events (inspections, inspections with violations, crashes). Percentiles are calculated on a 0−100 scale, with 100 indicating worst performance and 0 indicating best performance.

Intervention Threshold

Intervention Thresholds for carriers are organized by BASIC and are set based on a given BASIC’s relationship to crash risk

BASIC Passenger HM General
Vehicle Maintenance 65% 75% 80%

Investigation Results

Acute/Critical Violations

Acute/Critical Violations indicate that a carrier is not complying with federal safety regulations and the carrier must take corrective action.