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Be ready for Operation Full House inspection blitz on I-10 in Arizona

Truckers, take note: Arizona's gearing up for a major inspection blitz along I-10. On March 19th and 20th, the Ehrenberg Port of Entry will be swarmed by over 50 inspectors as part of "Operation Full House."

What to expect: If you're driving through near the California state line, get ready for close scrutiny. The team will check your compliance with motor carrier regulations, including whether your driving hours are in order and if your truck is operating safely. Keep an eye on your driving habits, too—moving violations and seat belt use are on their radar.

Who's involved: This big push is a joint effort by the Arizona Department of Transportation and Arizona Department of Public Safety, all to make sure trucks rolling down I-10 are following the rules.

Staying up to speed with rules and paperwork can save you a heap of trouble. So double-check your details before you hit the Ehrenberg area mid-March.

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