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What is a disqualification?

If you have a commercial driver's license in Pennsylvania, you could end up in a situation where you have a disqualification. According to the Department of Transportation, a disqualification is when you lose your privileges to operate a commercial vehicle. Essentially, you have your CDL suspended. Since most people use their CDL for employment reasons, this could be a serious issue. It is important to understand what leads to disqualification so you can avoid it.

The regulation of commercial vehicle licenses and drivers

Pennsylvanian residents who work as commercial drivers have a separate, special license called a "commercial driver license", or a CDL. Along with the unique privileges that come along with owning this license, there are also unique applications of DUI law and traffic offenses that apply.

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