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Significant Improvement in Motor Carrier Safety Since 1999 Act but Loopholes for Repeat Violators Need Closing
On April 21, we issued a final report on our audit of FMCSA’s implementation of the Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act (MCSIA) of 1999.
On February 24, Kenneth MacKay, a former certified third-party tester for the Michigan Secretary of State (MSOS), pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Detroit, MI to making
On February 7, we issued a final report on our review of FMCSA’s oversight of the CDL Program. We found that FMCSA has implemented specific actions to counter CDL fraud
On August 11, Matthew L. Gessner, a former driver for Carson Brown Trucking, Inc., Wytheville, VA, was sentenced in U.S.
Florida Man Sentenced for Hazardous Materials (HazMat) Violations Related to the Illegal Transportation of Gasoline
On February 21, Antonio Borges, of Hialeah, FL, pled guilty in U.S. District Court in Miami, FL to felony charges of illegally transporting hazardous fuel without the required
Texas Owner and Company Involved in Fatal Bus Fire/Explosion Convicted at Trial for Circumventing Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
On October 3, Global Limo (Global) and its owner-operator, James Maples, were convicted in U.S. District Court in McAllen, TX, following a seven-day trial on charges of violating U.S.
(McALLEN, TX) United States Attorney Chuck Rosenberg announced today the unsealing of a three (3) count superseding indictment charging Global Limo, Inc., an operator of passengercarrying buses in Pharr, Texas, and its owner, James H.
On May 4, the Acting Inspector General testified before the Senate Commerce Surface Transportation Subcommittee regarding OIG investigations of household goods moving fraud.