Oregon inspectors home in on unsafe trucks, drivers to reduce highway deaths

Don McCloskey of the Oregon Motor Carrier Transportation Division inspects the brake systems from underneath a trailer hauling fuel from during a routine inspection at the Woodburn port of entry. (PMG photo/Sam Stites)

WOODBURN - Truck inspections are the primary tool for preventing accidents that disrupt Oregon’s highways, hospitalize motorists and leave hundreds dead each year.

The Oregon Department of Transportation raised the . . .

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