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Feds Investigate North Carolina Limo Company

Posted on May 16, 2014

DUNN, N.C. -- The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Transportation which regulates large trucks and buses, has been investigating Cowboy Limo, a Dunn, N.C.-based limousine company, since last year. The agency charged the company with three violations including failing to implement an alcohol/drug testing program, not having proper insurance, and doing business across state lines without operating authority. The feds fined Cowboy Limo more than $40,000.

WTVD Channel 11 article and video here

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Related Topics: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, federal regulations, fleet insurance, North Carolina operators, passenger safety, Safety & Insurance, vehicle safety

Comments ( 1 )
  • anthony

     | about 5 years ago

    Another limousine operator that is hurting everyone else in the industry. Any time there is a no refund policy thats a big red flag for consumers. Any company that does not deliver what the client asks for should be shut down. Good job cowboy limo

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