ProPublica reports on the schemes some bus companies to evade DOT scrutiny (this in the wake of the fatal accident in VA).
I've read that trucking companies now have a gadget on their trucks permitting them to track where their trucks are. Seems to me there's room for a win-win solution, if only we agree that vehicles have no privacy rights.
First we put the gadgets on buses as well as trucks.
Second we require companies to either make their tracking records available to the government or allow the government to track the buses and trucks.
Third we develop software to determine from the records whether drivers are driving more hours than they are permitted and whether the trucks and buses are speeding.