Grounds for Commercial Driver’s License Disqualification
DRIVERS CAN BE DISQUALIFIED OR LOSE HIS/HER COMMERCIAL
DRIVER’S LICENSES FOR CERTAIN CONVICTIONS.
60-day and 120-day disqualifications:
Serious violations include the following:
180 days to two year’s disqualifications:
A driver is disqualified for at least 180 days, up to two years, for the following convictions:
One year disqualifications:
A driver is disqualified for not less than one year for a first-time conviction on the following offenses:
Three year disqualifications:
A driver is disqualified for at least three years:
A person may be disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for life for the following:
Notification to employer and licensing State required: Upon conviction for any State or local traffic violation, drivers must notify the Department of Licensing (except for parking infractions) and must notify their employer(s) within 30 days. This notification must include the following information:
Notification to employer of driver’s license suspensions: Drivers must provide their employer(s) notice by the end of the business day following the day the driver is informed of suspension, inactivation, revocation, cancellation, disqualification, or loss of the right to operate a commercial motor vehicle for any period of time.
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