OOIDA is against everything that makes either a company or a driver accountable. The violations that appear on a PSP report are just that, violations of the regs found during a roadside inspection. These rarely result in citations, so there is no court process to adjudicate the violation. PSP shows your involvement in DOT reportable crashes for the last 5 years and your roadside inspection history for the last 3. If you had an inspection with no violations, it shows that.
DATA Q evetually goes back to the officer that wrote the violation. If you can show that there was no violation, they will pull it. This works the same for a company or a driver. If the officer pulls it, it comes out of the data bank.
The days of running without speed limits, without logs, and without regard for the regs are over. If OOIDA cannot function in this regulated world we live in, get out of the business. There are plenty of small carriers and individual O/O that perform just fine in the same world the LTLs and TLs have to.