What is the legal alcohol limit for anyone holding a CDL licsence?
Not Legal Advice: The holder of a Commercial Driver's License must maintain a Blood Alcohol Content below 0.04%, which is half the legal limit of non-commercial drivers. Operating a commercial vehicle while above this limit qualifies as a major violation, which results in a 1-year disqualification of your CDL. The second offense results in a lifetime disqualification, with the possibility of reinstatement after 10 years.
Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 11:46AM EST