Your post is a little confusing
you mention endorsements
do you already have your CDL ?
Or just the learners permit ?
Did you get both tickets on the same trip?
Did you go to court for both tickets ?
Did you hire an attorney for either or both tickets ?
You may be able to hire an attorney and get the ticket reduced even after you go to court.
To everyone who reads this :
when you get a ticket —
ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS hire a lawyer that’s local to the town where you got the ticket and have them fight it.
Never ever plead guilty and pay it without trying to negotiate it down to no points or a suspended sentence.
the police department in whatever town or county just wants the money. They don’t really care if the points show up on your DL or not. But once the ticket is written ,
They ARE getting some of your money.
and the lawyer will be getting some of your money too.
some states allow you to take the class and get the points removed
my state alllows you to plead no contest once every five years to a traffic ticket
You still pay the fine and the traffic concoction still is visible on your record but you don’t get the points.
So that’s not much help,
You need a lawyer , or need to start looking for another career that doesn’t involve keeping your driving record spotless .
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If you do not have your cdl yet, and school is available to you and it will keep it off your record then it's the way to go. But if you already have your permit or cdl then you need to consult with an attorney about at least getting it reduced.
As to which company to go to for your first year, dos not much matter, put there names into a hat and pick one.
I had my son go to CRST after I get him his license for the experience, he had a decent trainer, and they kept him busy, a couple of his co-drivers were interesting, by he did ended up with a good co-driver and he spent a couple years there before moving on to chemical tankers. And a bit more money.
Some companies will hire you with a CDL Permit. Probably be working with another driver and helping load/unload the truck.
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- Valid DOT Medical Card
- Ability to lift/ push/ pull 60lbs or more frequently and transport product on handtrucks into basemants, and up/down stairways
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- CDL Permit Class A or B
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A New Yorker going 22 over the speed limit? Maybe in a school zone but not on the interstate ever. Did you lose track of your speed trying to find the next Netflix episode to watch while driving?
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