CDL Ticket in Hawaii!
Commercial driver’s license (CDL) holders who receive a traffic violation in Hawaii face similar consequences as non-commercial drivers. However, the CDL holders are subject to stricter regulations when it comes to violations and penalties.
In Hawaii, a CDL holder can face license suspension or revocation for certain violations, such as driving under the influence (DUI), leaving the scene of an accident, and using a commercial vehicle to commit a felony. Additionally, CDL holders are subject to stricter penalties for speeding violations than non-commercial drivers.
If you have received a CDL ticket in Hawaii, it is important to understand the potential consequences and seek the advice of a qualified attorney who can help protect your rights and your livelihood.
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