Nimitz Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility (CVEF) is proud to serve Alameda County providing safety, service, and security by monitoring the commercial industry. As part of the CHP’s Golden Gate Division, our office is adjacent to northbound Interstate 880 at the southern end of Alameda County. The Nimitz CVEF’s focus is to reduce truck involved traffic collisions, due to mechanical defects.
The Facility assists the local CHP Area offices within its demographic region to meet the needs of the community they serve by providing commercial enforcement services, education, and training both at the local and state levels. The primary mission of the Department’s Commercial Enforcement Program is to ensure the safe and efficient operation of commercial vehicles on the California highway system; therefore it is imperative that traffic collisions and incidents attributed to mechanical defects, driver qualifications, or excessive driving hours, be reduced.
Contact our office for information on any commercial vehicle or commercial driver related question. You can help us by driving defensively and safely.
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The California Highway Patrol’s Nimitz Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility is committed to providing the highest level of safety, service, and security. Additionally, our vision is to be a trusted leader in law enforcement, ensuring California is the safest place to live, work, and travel. As such, we have various educational services and activities involving traffic safety in addition to our primary duty of inspecting commercial vehicles to make the roads safer.
If you have any questions about commercial vehicles, I invite you to visit our office and learn more about the services we can provide. Additionally, we welcome you to learn more about the California Highway Patrol and the many programs and services we offer. Many California Highway Patrol offices have Explorer Posts for kids (15 -21 years of age) and Senior Volunteer Posts. I take pride in being a member of your California Highway Patrol and serving alongside knowledgeable employees that put forth endless effort to support our mission of protecting lives and property. Additionally, I would like to inform you that the California Highway Patrol launched a multiyear recruitment drive to fill 1,000 open officer jobs. Please visit www.chpcareers.com or give the statewide Recruitment Unit a call at (916) 843-4300 if you want to work for the California Highway Patrol and make a difference in the lives of the people you protect.
I welcome you to please stop by or contact our office with any commercial-related questions or concerns at (510) 794-3658.