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That I knew. You cannot just drive after taking some crazy prescribed pain killer like Hydrocodone. But I didn't know is that you can get in trouble taking it and sleeping in the car.
It is so sad that truckers here report their fellow trucker's affairs to his company. And look at me, I have been saying everything about myself here.
Boatlebot was a class A moron for posting about how it's a good thing he didn't have to move his truck due to how wasted he was, but that was just the tip of the iceberg with that guy. Good memories. Got me laughing again.
@Rahat you and I have had dialogue. You told me you're aren't getting into trucking right away. You wanted to take about a year and get yourself together. Is that still the plan?
Yes that's still the plan. But I am asking this for the worst case scenario when I will stay on these meds. Lorazepam will go away for sure. The 3 others I am afraid could stay
It caused quite a bit of debate around here, thats for sure. I don’t necessarily think it’s right to rat anyone out like that, but the dude totally asked for it.
You can take Hydrocodone and drive A CAR!
You cannot take hydrocodone and drive a CMV with a CDL!
LOL, he did have quite a few issues as I recall.
The best thing you can do is ask your Dr if it’s safe to drive a CMV on those meds.