have a CDL?
DUI /DWI Actions against those with a commercial driver’s license
For commercial drivers with a commercial driver license (CDL):
If convicted for a BAC higher than 0.04% but less than 0.08%, points will be added to your driving record, and you will be prohibited from driving a commercial vehicle for one year. Additionally, if your Unlawful Bodily Alcohol Content (UBAC) is .015 grams or more, or if you refuse to take a test, the arresting officer will issue a 24-hour "out-of-service" order.
If convicted for a BAC higher than 0.04% while transporting hazardous materials, you will be barred from driving a commercial vehicle for a minimum of three years.
If convicted of these offenses for the second time, you will be barred from driving a commercial vehicle for at least ten years.
Note: Commercial drivers may also face the penalties mentioned above for drivers over 21 for their first and second DUI/DWI offenses, as well as other applicable penalties.
If convicted for DUI/DWI while driving a non-commercial vehicle, your CDL may be suspended or revoked based on the type and number of convictions. Your chauffeur's or operator license may also be suspended or revoked.