The first conviction for any of the following offenses will cause you to lose your commercial driving privilege for one (1) year:
- Driving or being APC in a CMV with a blood alcohol level .04 or more.
- Refusal to Submit to a chemical test
- Driving or APC while under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants.
- Hit and run accident
- Any felony involving the use of a commercial vehicle
- Operating a CMV while commercial driving privilege is revoked, suspended, canceled, denied, or disqualified.
- Manslaughter homocide, or negligent homicide.
- Fraud related to examination for or issuance of a commercial leaner permit or CDL.
- Failure to submit to skills or knowledge reexamination for purpose of a CLP or CDL within thirty (30) days of receipt of notification from DPS.
The first conviction for any of the above offenses which involves a vehicle required to be placarded for hazardous materials will result in a three (3) year disqualification.
A second conviction for any of the above offenses will result in lifetime disqualification (regardless of the time period between convictions).