For those who read the hypothetical questions I addressed concerning the environment I work in... I am in the process of transitioning out into a government job, but could take a while. A good buddy and fellow driver is also fed up with the long hours and poor conditions. We have been heavy and have been working a minimum of 12 hour days. We knowingly violate DOT times, especially on the days we take turns driving the late pickups back to the terminal 80 miles away. 15 hour day, easy. We've both agreed to quit. We've also agreed to accurately log our DOT times, to purposely violate and hopefully draw attention to this area. This means we'll log in scanner time at 0430, when we leave in the company vehicle, not at 0730(ish) after the sort. Even the SM has us do this. How many of these violations can we get before we get in serious trouble? Will this be an effective way to draw attention to these contractors? My end game is to get FedEx to hammer these contractors and improve conditions, without risking the jobs of the drivers. It seems like a good plan to me because 1) It's honest. 2) We can't be fired for being honest, and if we are, a lawsuit is in the works. I have no animosity towards the contractor. I only seek a better environment for my brothers at work. They are all solid guys. I'm on my way out, so if I rack up DOT violations, I don't care. I just don't want to get canned before I get a new job. Is this a good plan?