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December 27, 2012

FMCSA shuts down Ga. operator

Investigators found that Atlanta-based Aglemoarge Services Inc. fails to monitor and ensure that its drivers comply with drivers' hours-of-service requirements; drivers' records of duty status and qualification requirements; and drivers' controlled substances and alcohol use and testing requirements.


June 2, 2011

N.C. coach co. got U.S. DOT appeal before crash

Feds reversed a decision to shut down Charlotte, N.C.-based Sky Express discount bus service this spring and instead granted the carrier a 10-day reprieve. Three days later, one of the company’s buses overturned, killing four people and injuring dozens.


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