1569 Sherman Ave  Suite 200

Evanston, IL 60201    

Phone: 224-307-4150

DOT Mock audit

Carriers and Shippers use Martin-Braack DOT Mock Audit service as preparation for a Department of Transportation (DOT) audit. Be confident that your company is up to date with required procedures and policies before it’s too late.  Mock DOT Audits give you time to correct, train and avoid violations.

Martin-Braack Partners are on top of the ever changing regulations and how they affect companies.  We take the pain out of understanding complex regulations and what they mean to you.  An MBP mock audit may reveal deficiencies and violations that you did not know about and will identify trends within your operation that you have the power to correct. 


Don’t wait for the DOT to tell you the result of an audit.  Find out now how you will perform. Additionally, your CSA rating is public knowledge, and a poor score may result in lost customers, audits, and increased insurance expenses. 

During a Department of Transportation (DOT) Mock Audit we approach it the way a Department of Transportation (DOT) auditor would.

Topics Include:

  • Produce the necessary records
  • Ask questions about your company policies
  • Review policies and procedures
  • Your potential for fines and an unsatisfactory outcome

While the DOT is mainly looking for the companies with compliance and safety issues, no one is exempt. A single accident or one problematic area of your Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) scores can trigger an audit.

 Any employer, employee, or vehicle involved in the transportation of property or passengers in interstate commerce with a vehicle of gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) or combination weight rating (GCWR) of more than 10,000 lbs. is subject to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) and potential Federal Department of Transportation (DOT) audits.

Martin-Braack Partners will conduct the audit on your site, review your operation and give you a detailed performance report with the dollar amount for the possible fines.