CMV

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AcronymDefinition
CMVCytomegalovirus
CMVCommercial Motor Vehicle
CMVCucumber Mosaic Virus
CMVCassava Mosaic Virus
CMVChange My View
CMVConcealment Motion Vectors
CMVCryptographic Module Validation
CMVCorel Move
CMVCurrent Market Value (finance)
CMVConventional Mechanical Ventilation
CMVCommon Mode Voltage
CMVContinuous Mandatory Ventilation (mechanical ventilation)
CMVCoordinated and Multiple Views in Exploratory Visualization (IEEE conference)
CMVCisplatin, Methotrexate, Vinblastine (chemotherapy combination)
CMVCryptographic Module Validation (NIST)
CMVCercle des Magiciens du Var (French magicians' association)
CMVComunità Missionaria di Villaregia (Missionary Community of Villaregia)
CMVConstructions Métalliques Vauclusiennes (French steel construction company)
CMVConstructions Mécaniques du Villeneuvois (French: Villeneuve Mechanical Engineering; Villeneuve, France)
CMVConstructions Métalliques de Vendée (French metal manufacturing company)
CMVCombat Mobility Vehicle
CMVcapitalization of manufacturing variances
CMVControlled Medical Vocabularies
CMVCommercial Marine Vehicle
CMVChristelijke Motorrijders Vereniging
CMVConstrained Minimum Variance
CMVCasa Myrna Vazquez (Boston, Massachusetts domestic violence organization)
CMVConverted Meteorological Visibility (aviation)
CMVCounter Mobility Vehicle
CMVCapitalized Manufacturing Variances
CMVCoûts Moyens Variables
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Sluckis said 11 of 19 commercial motor vehicles inspected were issued 83 violations for mechanical, equipment and safety violations and were towed away.
Overall, commercial motor vehicle crash data does not yet meet general data quality standards of completeness, timeliness, accuracy, and consistency.
Failing to properly monitor its drivers to ensure compliance with maximum hours-of-service requirements prohibiting fatigued operation of commercial motor vehicles.
The National Highway Institute's (NHI) Principles of Effective Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Size and Weight Enforcement (FHWA-NHI-139004) is designed to help transportation professionals who are responsible for enforcing size and weight regulations obtain necessary training.
FMCSAs imminent hazard out-of-service order states that Biddwells continued operation of a commercial motor vehicle in interstate commerce substantially increases the likelihood of serious injury or death to you and the motoring public if not discontinued immediately.
Assist privately owned truck stops to meet the commercial motor vehicle parking need through low-interest loans, partnerships in construction, and tax incentive/abatement.
Some examples of these publications include, but are not limited to: Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Preventable Accident Manual (FHWA-OMCHS); Accident Countermeasures (FHWA-OMCHS); 1998 Brake Training Resource Directory (FHWA-MC-98-007); Technician Guidelines for Antilock Braking Systems: Air-Braked Trucks, Tractors and Trailers (FHWA-MC-98008); Hazardous Material Workbook (Minnesota); Drug and Alcohol Testing (Pennsylvania); Terminal Inspection Checklist (California); Inspectors Guide for Inspections With Spanish-Speaking Drivers (FHWA- OMCHS); and North American Driver/Vehicle Inspection Criteria (Colorado).
The pilot project, authorized by the Transportation Equity Act for the 21 st Century (TEA-21) enabled the states to achieve more accurate, complete, and timely reporting and recording of commercial motor vehicle driver histories, including suspensions and reinstatements under the commercial driver's licensing program.
The executive directive suspends state and federal regulations related to hours-of-service for motor carriers and drivers transporting all emergencies supplies within Michigan, enabling these individuals to exceed the number of hours and consecutive days in which they can operate a commercial motor vehicle.
Before SafeStat was implemented, it was pilot-tested in five states under PRISM [Performance Registration Information System Management], a congressionally mandated feasibility study linking commercial motor vehicle registration with safety.
Department of Transportations Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has declared Virginia-licensed truck driver Carlos Alberto Garcia to be an imminent hazard to public safety and has ordered him not to operate any commercial motor vehicle in interstate commerce.
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