On April 2, we blogged concerning a trucking company involved in a fatal crash that killed 11 people. Now, an "ongoing" compliance review of the Hester, Inc. trucking company in Alabama by The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is underway. That same agency will soon enforce a new rule that electronic onboard recorders be installed in some trucks and buses to monitor the hours that a driver works. This would only apply to those companies with serious violation records. According to the FMCSA, about 13 violations for too many hours of driving during a 30 month period have been attributed to Hester, Inc.