I just have a class D endorsement so I can drive for this local outfit, 40' straight trucks, no big rigs. We (my wife rode with me this weekend) were coming back into TN down 65 from Louisville and had to go across that scale in a rented Enterprise truck. The guy I drive for has 4 trucks of his own and keeps half a dozen Enterprise trucks on hand at all times as well. The D.O.T. lady stopped me on the scale (we were empty) and told me to pull around back and bring in all my paperwork. Seems that my D.O.T. #s weren't big enough to suit her as well as being in the wrong location, they were on the lower front corner of the box as opposed to the doors. Also, it seems that Enterprise is a thorn in the D.O.T.s side anyway due to their refusal to put D.O.T. #s on their trucks for delivery from the rental location to the customer, so a red flag goes up every time an Enterprise truck pulls through a station. I wasn't aware of the Enterprise/D.O.T. issue and neither was my boss. Got lucky in that she just issued a warning, no fees involved, bossman just has to sign and return the paperwork within 15 days. I'm sure some of you who drive for a living can share some ugly stuff. My heart was pounding walking from the truck to the office, fortunately my logbook was in order I've only been doing this for a couple of months and that was my first ever encounter with the dreaded D.O.T. folks. So let's hear some nasty D.O.T. tales if you've got them.