The tour bus company involved in last year's deadly crash in Queens continues to rack up safety violations.
Federal records show "Kum Gang Tours" had 13 violations in several states.
The offenses include possession of alcohol while on duty, speeding and falsely reporting how long drivers were behind the wheel.
The company is still allowed to operate, despite its repeated violations, which prompted a federal investigation.
It was last September, when their tour bus slammed into a restaurant at Northern Boulevard and Main Street in Flushing.
Three people including the driver were killed.
More than a dozen were injured.
Police say Raymond Mong, the bus driver, had prior arrests for drunk driving and that speed was a factor in the crash.