CDL License Suspension
In Danger of Losing Your CDL to a DUI Charge?
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You’ve been stopped for a possible DUI (Driving Under the Influence) and you have a Commercial Driver’s License. Lose your CDL and you could lose your ability to make a living.
What are the Penalties?
- CDL License Holders are subject to a 12 month suspension of their CDL privileges as the result of either entry into the ARD Program or a Conviction for DUI.
- CDL License Holders who are convicted of a second DUI Offense can lose their CDL Driving Privileges for life.
Is the Legal Limit Lower for a Commercial Driver?
Yes. A person operating a commercial motor vehicle or a school bus is subject to a blood alcohol content level of .04%.
It is important to know, however, that the .04% BAC applies only when the CDL license holder is operating a commercial vehicle or school bus.
License suspension can a serious consequence of your DUI. You are looking at possible repercussions to your job, your family life, your auto insurance, even your right to own a firearm.
What should you do? Contact Ronald Makoski today for your FREE consultation and evaluation.