5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- You will lose your CDL for at least 3 years
(Violation of Out-of-Service Orders) (3)
- What happens if you are convicted of a second violation in your pesonal or CMV???
- You will lose your CDL for at least 1 year
(Violation of Out-of-Service Orders) (2)
- You will be disqualified from driving a CMV for not less than one year if convicted of any of the following offenses when operating either a commercial motor vehicle or, unless otherwise specified, a noncommercial motor vehicle (1):
- What if you are convicted of a second or subsequent major traffic violation?
- a if you have committed two violations of an out-of-service order in a ten-year period.
- b if you have committed three or more violations of an out-of-service orders in a ten year period.
- c driving a vehicle under the influence in violation of Code Section 40-6-391, hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident; failing to report striking an unattended vehicle, failure to report striking fixed object, or failure to report an accident, any felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle is used, driving a commericial motor vehicle while the person's commericial driver's license or commericial driving priveledge is revoked, suspended, canceled, or disqualified; homicide by vehicle; racing on highways or streets; using a motor vehicle in fleeing or attempting to elude an officer; fraudulent or fictitious use of or application for a license; operating a motor vehicle with a revoked, canceled, or suspended registration; theft of a vehicle engaged in commericial transportation of cargo or any appurtenance thereto or the cargo being transported therein or thereon; refusing to submit to a state administered chemical test requested by a law enforcement officer.
- d you will be disqualified from driving a commercial motor vehicle for life
- e you will lose your CDL for life
5 Multiple choice questions
- you may not obtain a "hardship" license to operate a CMV
- for your third violation of a railroad-highway grade crossing violation within any three-year period.
- for your second violation within any three-year period of a railroad-highway grade crossing violation.
- use a motor vehicle in the commission of any felony involving the manufacture, distribution, cultivation, sale, transfer of, trafficking in, or dispensing of a controlled substance or marijuana, or possession with intent to manufacture, distribute, cultivate, sell, transfer, traffic in, or dispense a controlled substance or marijuana.
- you will also lose your CDL driving privileges
5 True/False questions
You will lose your CDL for life: → for your third violation of a railroad-highway grade crossing violation within any three-year period.
These violations include violation of a federal, state or local law or regulation pertaining to one of the following six offenses at a railroad-highway grade crossing (1) are: → for drivers who are not required to always stop, failing to stop before reaching the crossing if the tracks are not clear, failing to slow down and check that the tracks are clear of an approaching train, failing to stop before driving onto the crossing, failing to have sufficient space to drive completely through the crossing without stopping, failing to obey a traffic control device or the directions of an enforcement official at the crossing, failing to negotiate a crossing because of insufficient undercarriage clearance.
You will lose your CDL for at least 60 days → for your first violation of a railroad-highway grade crossing violation
What happens if you have any detectable amount of alcohol under .04%? → You will be put out-of-service for 24 hours.
You will be denied or you will lose your hazardous materials endorsement if you (1) → are not a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., renounce your U.S. citizenship, are wanted or under indictment for certain felonies, have a conviction in military or civilian court for certain felonies, have been adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution, are considered to pose a security threat as determined by the Transportation Security Administration.