Get the Facts on CSA Scores

The Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program is a program run by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). This website is your resource for what CSA scores are, how they're calculated, and how they affect you.


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What Are CSA Scores?

CSA scores are percentile rankings given to carriers, including owner-operators, by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). They are intended to identify high-risk motor carriers who may require intervention. A poor CSA score can trigger warning letters and investigations.

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How Do I Check My CSA Score?

Routinely checking your CSA score can help you identify whether your motor carrier is at risk of violating the FMCSA's safety regulations and can alert you to quickly take action if necessary. A high CSA score may require costly interventions, so it's important to know where you rank and keep your score low.

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See how to improve your CSA score

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