Conn. officials crack down on truck drivers for 'Roadcheck 2011'
The state Department of Motor Vehicles and state troopers will be checking tractor-trailers at local weigh stations for the next three days.
They will also be inspecting coach buses at Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods casinos.
The crackdown is a part of the "Roadcheck 2011" campaign. Connecticut officials say the idea here is to send a message to truck company operators that safety is a top priority in the state.
They say they'll be looking at everything from tires and brakes to whether a driver looks tired.