Following a fatal accident of an amphibious passenger vehicle in Missouri, organizations are calling for tighter regulations and a more unified inspection process. Currently, several regulatory organizations are responsible for inspection of the vehicles and regulation of the operators. The United States Coast guard inspects the vehicles for seaworthiness and certifies the drivers as vessel captains. The federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration oversees commercial vehicle inspections, which are typically conducted by state agencies. Previous inspection reports for the vehicles involved in the recent accident cited problems with the vessel not meeting Department of Transportation standards, and the inspector involved s calling for a more unified approach to regulating and inspecting the vehicles.