CDL Ticket in Louisiana!
In Louisiana, CDL drivers who receive a traffic violation may face more severe penalties than non-commercial drivers. The severity of the penalty depends on the nature of the violation, the driver’s previous driving record, and other factors. Some common CDL violations in Louisiana include speeding, reckless driving, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
For example, if a CDL driver is caught driving a commercial vehicle with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.04% or higher, they can be disqualified from driving a commercial vehicle for a period of one year. If they are caught a second time, they can be disqualified for life.
Other violations, such as speeding, can result in fines and points on the driver’s record. If a CDL driver accumulates too many points on their driving record, they can also face disqualification from driving a commercial vehicle.
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