The Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act (MCSIA) requires all moving violations be recorded on the driving record of a Commercial Driving License (CDL) Holder. One of the most common violations affected by this change is failure to obey traffic control devices (Section 3111 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code). Prior to MCSIA, it was not recorded on a driving record. Under MSIA, this violation, as well as other moving violations, will appear on the record of the CDL holder
If you are a CDL holder, the Major Traffic Offenses for drugs, alcohol, leaving the scene of an accident and felonies in a personal vehicle will count the same as if the violation occurred in a CMV. Serious Traffic Offenses committed in a personal vehicle count toward CDL sanctions if the violation separately results in a suspension or revocation.
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