It was the type of scheme that makes investigators from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) want to “dig deep” — one in which a company’s owners, dispatchers, and a variety of operations people were all knowingly breaking the rules.

In the end, the airport shuttle firm based in New Britain, Connecticut, would pay a $75,000 fine, while its owners were ordered to divest themselves of all ownership interests in the firm for a 5-year probation period.

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