New York State holds CDL drivers to a higher standard of care than the average driver. The rationale is that to who much is given, much is expected - the law presumes that those who are driving passengers or cargo are subject to more scrutiny than a regular driver.
Accordingly, CDL drivers are subjected to various restrictions and violating them can result in the suspension or revocation of your commercial driver’s license. Any interruption in income may be too much for your family to bear and any break in your ability to perform your job may leave your employer no choice but to terminate you and find another driver.
Several moving violations lead to serious consequences. Violating the New York Transportation Law and regulations concerning weight, size and emissions can also result in not only losing your job, but marring your career and even risk incarceration.
Contact Noonan Brown Brown Law to protect your license, your record, and your future.
Brett Noonan and Chris Brown have extensive experience handling traffic tickets of all varieties and are especially skilled in fighting CDL cases.
Commercial driving frequently involves crossing state lines, so it's important for CDL holders realize that any license suspensions apply whether the violations occur out-of-state as well as within New York State.
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