For the large size, passenger capacity, and the potential for dangerous cargoes in commercial vehicles compared to passenger vehicles, there is a threat to the safety of the public and employer liability if a commercial driver handles and decision. Therefore, commercial drivers face a lower threshold than a driver:

  • A commercial driver who has levels of blood alcohol of .04 percent or more will be considered incapacitate, and will be charged with DUI. That compares with the 08 percent threshold of a person who is not greater commercial driver age 21.
  • One refusing breath test is equivalent to pleading guilty to DUI for a commercial driver.
  • Commercial drivers who receive a traffic citation while managing his private car must report this to your emulator within 30 days.
  • DUI may indicate a loss of work for a commercial driver, and the inability to get a new job.
  • If you were accused of a DUI with your CDL, you need an experienced lawyer with years of experience law at his side.

DWI commercial representation

Other drugs besides alcohol can also a problem for a driver. For example, a driver who is found with one of the next few drugs in their system may face charges of DWI, which can result in devastating consequences:

  • Cocaine
  • Marijuana
  • LSD
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamine
  • Certain prescription drugs