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Serious Traffic Violation

Two serious traffic violations within a 3 year period will result in a 60-day disqualification. 3 serious traffic violations in the same period will result in a 120-days disqualification.

Excessive Speeding. Excessive speeding involving any single offense for any speed og 15mph or more above the posted speed limit
-Failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident
-Driving too fast for conditions
-Exceeding the speed limit in a school zone
Reckless Driving. Operating a CMV or Non-CMV in a manner that exhibits a willful, wanton or reckless disregard of the safety of person or property
-Passing a vehicle stopped for a pedestrian in a crosswalk
-Driving on a sidewalk
-Passing a school bus receiving or discharging passengers
or displaying a warning not to pass

No Valid CDL. Operating a CMV without a valid CDL
-Operating a CMV with an improper classification or
restriction
-Violation of a learner’s permit

Following To Closely. Following the vehicle ahead to closely
Failure of a truck to leave sufficient distance for being overtaken by another vehicle

Improper Lane Usage. Improper or erratic traffic lane change
-Improper lane changing , lane usage and/or center lane usage
-Improper passing
-Passing on a hill or curve or when prohibited
-Passing on wrong side of the road
-Improper passing on shoulder, left or right
-Driving wrong way on a one-way street or highway
-Driving on the left side of the roadway
-Passing in a school zone

Multiple Licenses. A violation relating to a CMV driver having multiple driver’s licenses

Cell phone and Communication Device Use. A violation relating to a CMV driver texting or using a hand-held cell phone while driving

Conviction Involving a Fatal Accident. A violation of any state law or local ordinance relating to motor vehicle traffic control (other than parking violation) arising in connection with a fatal traffic accident will result in a minimum 12 month disqualification