CDL Ticket in Maryland!
In Maryland, if you hold a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), you may face more severe penalties for traffic violations compared to non-commercial drivers. For example, if you are convicted of certain traffic violations, including speeding, reckless driving, or following too closely, you may receive a “serious traffic violation” on your driving record. Two serious traffic violations within three years can result in a suspension of your CDL.
Additionally, if you are convicted of a DUI or refuse to take a chemical test while driving a commercial vehicle, your CDL will be suspended for at least one year for the first offense and permanently revoked for the second offense. It is important to note that CDL holders in Maryland are subject to the same traffic laws as non-commercial drivers, and any violations may also result in fines and points on their driving record.
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