FMCSA Warning: Drivers Who Drug-Test Positive Will Lose CDLs

Beginning in late 2024, truck drivers who test positive for drug use will not only be placed on prohibited driving status but will lose their commercial driver licenses and not be issued learning permits until they complete the federal return-to-work process. Employers are required to provide a driver with a list of DOT-qualified substance abuse professionals. The driver can then select an SAP, who will evaluate when the driver has successfully completed his or her eligibility to be released.

 

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