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Arizona Independent Drivers Association, Inc. (AZIDA) is the first fast-growing international association focused on educational safety training and bringing together land transportation companies and truck drivers in Arizona and Sonora.
Why join? Our association is based on the laws and regulations of FMCSA and DOT of the USA to offer better transport safety.
The new programs that ground transport companies must meet are confusing and a bit complicated to understand the criteria.
Our association helps companies and operators show you in detail what they can learn from each other to improve and comply with the requirements of C/TPA certification.
Why are AZIDA training solutions different? We are not just booking learners, we do everything from trainers, instructors, and auditors.
We are a company composed of execution professionals in the prevention of fines and accidents.
We strive to give a complete image of trust with your customers and therefore reputation for your transportation company.
Our trainers have conducted training, regulatory compliance, and road inspection seminars and have experience teaching to other law enforcement agencies and private companies internationally.
AZIDA has something for everyone. The new CLEARINGHOUSE consortium third party administrator FMCSA and DOT commercial truck inspections are extensive and strict and require solid educational safety courses, alcohol and drug abstention programs accident prevention courses, and annual vehicle inspections level1.
With our Third-Party Administrator Consortium service (C/TPA) We will help you with the annual audits to keep your records current.
Do not miss the opportunity to be part of our association!
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and the trucking industry value the safety that results from standards in professional driver training.
A uniform national benchmark works toward this goal by ensuring that all drivers learn the same basic safety skills, regardless of the training center where they were trained.
Training consistency is more difficult to achieve when each state has its own CDL training requirements. The Entry Level Driver Training (ELDT) mandate addresses this inconsistency by providing a national minimum standard to ensure that new drivers entering the trucking industry do so with the same minimum level of competency and safety.
What is ELDT TRAINING?
The ELDT training is a set of minimum standards for commercial driver education that all training providers must follow. With this mandate in place, training providers will be required to certify to the FMCSA that their training programs meet the minimum standards to continue training commercial drivers.
ELDT training is comprised of classroom education (theory) and skills training. Students will learn approximately 30 subjects within the classroom portion of the training and must score a minimum of 80 percent on a theory assessment to meet the minimum program requirements. To qualify for the CDL exam, students will receive specific behind-the-wheel training as well as have 6 hours of practice in the road and backing-up truck with a certified trainer indicating they are the inspections and proficient in the skills practice plan to obtain the provisional driving license.
The FMCSA has set the ELDT standards at the federal level, so these rules will apply to all new drivers across the country. Now that the ELDT Training mandate is in effect, many businesses are no longer able to train their own drivers and must instead contract with a driving school that is registered with the FMCSA.
Consortium Third Party Administrator FMCSA, DOT Commercial Truck Inspections
DOT commercial truck inspections are a big problem for truck owners and trucking companies because failing them can result in audits, fines, and authorization revocations by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). This article reviews inspections and what you need to know to pass them.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is responsible for maintaining highway safety with an emphasis on transportation systems in the United States and requires an annual mechanical physical inspection of commercial motor vehicles (CMV) for this purpose. All CMVs weighing more than 10,000 pounds are subject to Department of Transportation (DOT) truck inspections for Level I safety and working conditions.
As part of our commitment to getting you back to work faster, we even offer annual DOT inspections at your own business, where our mobile unit will come to you to perform the inspection. Saving driver payment and transfer time, is exactly what you are looking for.
CONSORTIUM FMCSA & USDOT & CLEARINGHOUSE compliance:
Our mission is to help customers establish appropriate security management controls for USDOT compliance by enforcing DOT commercial truck inspections. That way, you can minimize accidents and USDOT violations. We work with you to create safer ways for the public and increase the profitability of your company, also comply with consortium third party administrator FMCSA
Our founder and president have experienced "both sides of the border" Not only does he have more than 10 years of experience in transport safety management, but he is also a safety researcher in road accident prevention. Through training at the police level, and with FMCSA audit training, it is necessary to present the correct documentation, also verify the physical mechanical condition of the commercial truck to solve the problems before it reaches the inspection of the department of transportation (USDOT). This way you will not have to pay fines and avoid being taken out of service.