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Old 11-22-2011, 10:02 AM   #1
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Commercial License and alcohol

It was recently brought to my attention by a co-worker, that if you have a commercial drivers licence (Class 1, 2, 3, or 4), it includes a zero alcohol restriction.

Meaning, even if I'm off the clock, driving my car home, I can't have any alcohol in my system or am subject to penalty. His explanation was that ICBC considers me to be a professional driver 24/7 and as such, cannot be driving with alcohol in my system.

I searched ICBC's site and went through my books but couldn't find anything.

Is this true? Any links?

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All restrictions are listed on the back of your physical licence card. I've yet to see that restriction on anything but a Class 7 L or N licence.
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That's part of the CVSA criteria, but not enforced in BC.
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That's part of the CVSA criteria, but not enforced in BC.
And that aside, individual employers of commercial drivers may have their own zero-tolerance policies as well.
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