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We are hiring a licensed Massachusetts Commercial Vehicle Inspector. You will work along side another inspector and also work independently. Hours vary by workload but typically range from 1st and 2nd shift. Must have a valid commercial drivers license.

This is an on the road position with mainly part time and occasional fulltime work. Pay determined by experience.

Responsibilities:

- Operating vehicle / keeping vehicle in compliance, clean and basic maintenance
- Be able to operate a manual transmission
- Loading and unloading equipment off a truck using a liftgate
- Performing Inspections
- Working alongside customers

 

For more information about the position please call 413-391-2705
You may also contact us through email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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    We Work Hard To Please You

    We are dedicated to providing our customers Inspection needs throughout the Common Wealth of Massachusetts. We carry a valid Class F Mobile Inspection Station License which allows us to inspect any fleet vehicle or trailer conveniently at your location. Our Mobile unit is equipped with state of the art equipment to perform inspections quickly and efficiently. We strive to satisfy our customers needs by operating early morning to late evening by appointment working around your schedule to limit vehicle downtime.

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    fmcsa stickerBeing a part of the Federal and State regulated safety and emissions program we believe in delivering the best possible service to all our current and new customers.  We inspect all commercial and fleet vehicles ranging from <10,000 - 26,001> GVWR.  We can also perform off-road inspections which include cranes, loaders, farm equipment ect.
    We also inspect trailers of any size and weight that are being used for commerce.  If your truck and trailer GCVW exceed 10,001 both are required to have a commercial inspection done to be in compliance with the state of Massachusetts. Trailers and converter dollies in use after January 1, 2009 must be in compliance with this new inspection.