FMCSA proclaimed 2 truckers are a threat to society
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) banned 2 drivers from trucking due to multiple violations.
On July 2, 2021 the FMCSA ordered CMV driver Robert L. Webb not to work in trucking after he was stopped by a patrol for disorder in the fastening of load on June 28 in Delaware.
The officer smelled the alcohol that emanated from the trucker and did a breathalyze. The test showed a blood alcohol content (BAC) 0.254, that is six times over the legal limit for commercial vehicle operators!
When they searched Webb’s car, the military also found an open beer pack with 12 bottles in the cabin, only 2 remained, as well as an open and still cold bottle of beer.
The second incident occurred on July 6 with the trucker Kalilu Koneh. Authorities found that he hadn`t had any driver’s license for the past three years and is currently not eligible to obtain one. The FMCSA says he indicated in the application that he has a valid driver’s license.
According to the FMCSA, on June 16, Koneh was tested positive for marijuana that made him unable to drive any commercial vehicle. However, Koneh continued to drive commercial vehicles despite being disqualified.
More responsibility, dear drivers!