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When it comes to driving a truck, your license is key to your livelihood. This is one of the reasons why it is so important for Commercial Motor Vehicle operators in Indiana to be aware of the actions they may inadvertently take that can lead to a license disqualification. There are several things you need to keep in mind.


First, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reports that the allowed intoxication level is lower for truck drivers than for other motorists. As a CDL operator, you can be ticketed if your blood alcohol concentration level registers above 0.04 percent, which is half the amount that other drivers are allowed. This applies whether you are working or driving the truck while off-duty. A CDL license can be disqualified if your BAC is above the stated level at any time while driving.


Another potential problem is the number of traffic violations you are allowed. A driver who is cited for three serious issues in as many years will be disqualified. This rule holds even if the license has been revoked and reinstated at some point during the three-year period.


Truck drivers who leave the scene of an accident may also have their licenses disqualified. By law, you are required to stop and give aid or information to the other parties involved in the accident. The rule is all-inclusive and covers every situation. This information is not meant as legal advice, but rather as education for truck drivers concerning the actions that may lead to a license disqualification.

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