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Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section week ending 07/16

07/12 I-91 south Lyndonville rest area. Four Inspectors screened 104 vehicles. Three Level 1 and eight Level 3 inspections were completed. Seven driver and twelve vehicle (three out of service) violations were discovered. Two tickets were issued totaling $382.00.

07/12 I-91 south White River Junction rest area. Three Inspectors screened 71 vehicles. One Level 1, four Level 2, and four Level 3 inspections were completed.

07/13 US 2 West Danville. Three Inspectors screened 57 vehicles. Three Level 1 (one hazardous materials), one Level 2, and three Level 3 inspections were completed. Two driver (one out of service) and four vehicle (one out of service) violations were discovered. One ticket was issued for $365.00.

07/14 I-91 north Ryegate rest area. Six Inspectors screened 94 vehicles. Five Level 1, three Level 2, and five Level 3 inspections were completed. Eleven driver (two out of service) and eighteen vehicle (four out of service) violations were discovered. Five tickets were issued totaling $1030.00.
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Jake I. Hodgdon, 35 of Swanton #BTV traveling at 100 miles per hour in a 65 mph zone. Hodgdon was operating a 2000 Camaro SS. During the stop Hodgdon was found to be in possession of a controlled substance not prescribed to him. Hodgdon was civilly suspended in Vermont at the time of the stop and had no insurance for his vehicle. Hodgdon was taken into custody and transported to the Vermont State Police Barracks in Williston for processing. His car was towed. Hodgdon will be required to appear in Chittenden District Court on August 23, 2016 to answer to the above charges.
STATE OF VERMONT DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY VERMONT STATE POLICE PRESS RELEASE CASE#: 16A103630 TROOPER: Corporal Andrew W. Leise STATION: VSP Williston CONTACT#: 1-802-878-7111 DATE/TIME: July 22, ...
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07/15 Two Inspectors were monitoring traffic on US 4 in Killington. They observed two passenger vehicles passenger vehicle passing an over dimension CMV in an area with limited line of sight. Both vehicles were clocked at 67 MPH in a 50 MPH zone. Both vehicles were stopped and ticketed as part of the T.A.C.T. campaign. T.A.C.T. stands for Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks, a highway safety initiative to promote safe driving by CMVs and passenger vehicles in the vicinity of CMVs.
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07/13 Inspector stopped an oversized load on VT 9 in Searsburg. After the inspection was completed, the vehicle was placed out of service. Later that night, the New Hampshire State Police stopped the same vehicle and it didn’t appear that the out of service items had been repaired
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Among the record 32 million motorists that received roadside service from AAA last year, new vehicles made up a disproportionate number of service calls, the auto club reports. Cars less than five years old had the largest share of the most common problems (battery failures, flat tires, and key issues
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Reliability is one of the most important factors to consider when buying a new car, but believe it or not, it’s often overlooked. Here, we list 10 of the most dependable new rides on the market today.
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On July 28th, the Bennington & Springfield DMV employees will be participating in an annual employee appreciation event. This offices will be short staffed during most of the day and we wish to prevent long wait times. Please consider conducting your business on another day when our service levels may more closely meet your expectations. http://ow.ly/2Iyw302wcqN
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Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Section week ending 07/16

07/14 Inspector stopped a semi-tractor for speeding 67 mph in a 55 mph speed zone on I-89 in Colchester. Driver was found to be in violation of the 14 hr. rule and placed out of service.
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For Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris, older is better. Morris signed a two-year $3.5 million deal earlier in the offseason (his second contract deal since being drafted to the NFL in 2012), but he says he won't be spending his money on a new car. The footballer is the proud owner of a
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Bronce Perez Matos empowers seniors to stop scammers in their tracks
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According to the sector's umbrella organization, AMIA, production has gone down more than 3 percent this year and overseas sales has dropped by almost 6 percent.
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