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Traffic Enforcement Violation Summary (2022 - Fiscal)
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Traffic Enforcement ViolationFY 2022
FedStateTotalPct of Total
107.601 - Failing to register with PHMSA prior to transporting hazardous materials requiring HM registration.0440.01%
107.620B - No copy of US DOT Hazardous Materials Registration Number011110.02%
172.200A - No shipping paper provided by offeror0440.01%
172.201A1 - Hazardous Materials not distinguished from non-Hazardous Materials0330.01%
172.201A4 - Additional information not after Hazardous Materials basic description0110.00%
172.201D - ER phone number not in compliance with Subpart G0220.00%
172.202A3 - No or improper Hazard Class or Division number.0110.00%
172.202A5 - No or improper Total Quantity listed0110.00%
172.202B - Basic description not in proper sequence0330.01%
172.301A1 - No proper shipping name and/or ID# marking on non-bulk package0220.00%
172.302A - No ID# on a Bulk Packaging0220.00%
172.303A - Prohibited HM marking on package0330.01%
172.328D - Fail to mark manual remote shutoff device with "Emergency Shutoff"0110.00%
172.334 - Prohibited ID number marking0220.00%
172.400A - Package or containment device not labeled as required0220.00%
172.407 - Label does not meet specifications0110.00%
172.502A1 - Prohibited placarding011110.02%
172.502A2 - Sign or device could be confused with HM placard0110.00%
172.504A - Vehicle not placarded as required0770.01%
172.516A - Placard not visible from direction it faces0110.00%
 Total number of inspections in FY 2022: 37,557
 Total number of violations in FY 2022: 56,408
Data Source: FMCSA's Motor Carrier Management Information System (MCMIS) data snapshot as of 10/29/2021, including current year-to-date information for FY 2022. The data presented above are accurate as of this date, but are subject to updates as new or additional information may be reported to MCMIS following the snapshot date.
June 2020 - FMCSA has changed the Traffic Enforcement inspection methodology to better align with violations used in SMS and provide a more accurate reflection of the violations found in each State. Based on the updated criteria, traffic enforcement inspection numbers have increased for all years displayed. Please see the Report Description for more detail.
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