They are actually much better than the old SEA scores. Now, motor carrier enforcement can more accurately tell what's going on within a company and pinpoint whether it is a company issue or a driver issue, or both. CSA was developed to get sub-standard trucks and carrier operations off our highways and away from us and our families.
Did you know that if you receive a warning during a inspection even though you do not have to pay a fine, you still get the CSA points against YOUR record ?
I just looked at YRC, the 75+% in the maintenance BASIC is not good, the rest is pretty normal for a carrier that size and using paper logs. The aging fleet accounts for most of that score I'm sure. Problem is, once the motor carrier guys see this, they start looking a little closer. Do a good pre-trip, if there's an OOS defect on the truck, don't drive it.