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We publicly released our audit on Commercial Driver’s Licenses. We found that Federal standards and state controls are not sufficient to defend against the threat posed by individuals who seek to fraudulently obtain CDLs.
Raviv Aizen, owner of Maryland Core, Inc., a company in Baltimore, MD, that recycles late-model automobile parts, was fined $3,000 by a U.S.
The Inspector General issued a letter response to Representative Henry Bonilla who inquired whether safety inspections and license checks for Mexican commercial trucks and their drivers could properly and legally be done at a point 28 miles inland
James A. Schlosser, Fletcher, NC, an authorized third-party commercial driver’s license (CDL) tester, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Raleigh, NC, to lying to FMCSA in connection with a scheme to falsify CDL tests.
James Austin Schlosser of Fletcher, NC, was sentenced in U.S.
The Inspector General testified at a joint hearing of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Surface Transportation and the Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee regarding FMCSA’s implementation of safety requirements in preparation for o