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David's equiptment is sub-standard...

 

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DRD Equiptment is a SAFETY HAZARD

   According to the "Safer" website, the ISS (Inspection Selection System) rating for DRD MotorSports is 88.
ISS Recomendation: INSPECT     Basis for Recomendation: SAFETY
  
Using the ISS, Companies are rated 0-100, with  0 - 49 = PASS (no inspection necessary); 50 - 74 = OPTIONAL (might be worth look); and 75 - 100 = INSPECT (Inspection warrented) 

Every piece of equiptment that DRD Motorsports operaates on the roads is a safety hazard, with MAJOR DEFECTS including:  
  • Balding tires, tires with cuts, gouges or with steel belts exposed
  • Defective brakes on many of the trailers, including leaking hydraulic cylinders, air leaks or brakes locking-up.
  • Holes in the exhaust or mufflers.
  • Major oil leaks in engines and/or transmissions
  • Doors on trucks broken or inoperable.
  • Lights on trucks and trailers missing or inoperable.
  • Wiring on trailers defective.
  • Air ride on trailers defective.
    On NUMEROUS occasions, I had told David Derderian that a truck (or trailer) needed a tire and he said "...it will wait until you get back". His "wait till later" attitude was the major cause of the catastrofic tire failure that damaged the 30ft Bayliner as well as the damage to the fairings on the left side of truck #8.
    I informed him more than once that the truck #8 had two (silver dollar sized) large holes in the muffler. (WAIT TILL LATER) He told me that the first trailer I pulled had "air over hydraulic" brakes, but he did NOT tell me that there was a major fluid leak on one side of the trailer until two days later, when I was in Missouri. He said he didn't know where the leak was exactly but suggested I "keep an eye on it and by the way there is a gallon of BRAKE FLUID in the box on the trailer" I discovered the location of the leak within 45 minutes of being informed of it. Almost 5 weeks after I first pulled this trailer, the leak hadn't been repaired yet even though the trailer was still being used. Another trailer, if you applied the brakes hard, the brakes would lock up and drag until you beat on the S-CAM shaft with a hammer.
    Truck #6, the first truck I drove had been in an accident at one time and the passenger door would not stay closed. I was forced to tie the door shut with rope to keep it closed. That truck also leaked about a gallon of oil every 700 miles or so, and I went thru about 7 gallons of oil going from Michigan to San Diego and back. In addition, the driver door quit working and I was forced to use the left-side door for entry and exit.
   The wiring on at least two of the trailers was in shambles, with wire twisted together and the connections weren't water-proofed but only protected by vinyl tape. Some of the lights didn't work, even after replacing the bulbs and I suspect wiring was the cause.