Alabama: State Safety Data Quality (SSDQ) Historical Report
June 19, 2015
The SSDQ Historical report provides a historical review of a State's performance
over multiple SSDQ runs. It displays the most current quarter's SSDQ results followed by the
last four quarterly SSDQ runs. For detailed information on the State Overall Rating, each measure,
and indicator, select "View Methodology" to access the methodology information.
Considers all eight SSDQ measures and the Overriding Indicator, except measures with a rating of "Insufficient Data." States receive an overall score based on ratings in each of the measures and the Overriding Indicator.
Minimum of 1 Good Crash Measure, 1 Good Inspection Measure, and 0 Poor
Maximum of 1 Poor
2+ Poor OR Red Flagged
MCMIS Run Date
Overall State Rating
Overriding Indicator †
* Results were evaluated using Rating Criteria implemented prior to September 24, 2010.
Crash Record Completeness Measure: Percentage of Driver and Vehicle Crash Data Reported to FMCSA
Determines a rating based on the completeness of driver and vehicle crash data reported to FMCSA.
Percentage of completed driver and vehicle information is >= 85%
Percentage of completed driver and vehicle information is 70-84%
Percentage of completed driver and vehicle information is < 70%
Inspection VIN Accuracy Measure: Percentage of Valid VIN
Examines the completeness and accuracy of the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) reported on the first vehicle unit. Data collected during inspection levels 1 through 6 were evaluated.
Percentage of completed and accurate VIN is >= 85%
Percentage of completed and accurate VIN is 70 - 84%