penalty for false log and driving while out of service in Tx

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  1. Double R

    Double R Bobtail Member

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    Was stopped in childress tx the other day and dot officer gave me a ticket for false log cause I started out the day an hour earlier than what was logged and also said couldn't log 340 miles in 5.25 hours so I was put out of service for 8hrs got impatient and left after 3 hrs he busted me trying to make a run for it anyone know if I could lose my license for this or just pay fines.
     
  2. Injun

    Injun Road Train Member

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    *just shakes her head*
     
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  3. Chirt

    Chirt Light Load Member

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    WoW man that S@#$! Sorry that happened to you...
     
  4. loud2ns

    loud2ns Bobtail Member

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    Seems to me that if you are running 65mph, 340 miles would take exactly 5.25 hrs!!!!:biggrin_2552:
     
  5. 123456

    123456 Road Train Member

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    maybe in your car.............

    not in a truck,

    not on 287 either..........
     
  6. Double R

    Double R Bobtail Member

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    He was just knit picking cause he couldn't find nothing wrong with the truck first time in 11yrs this happens
     
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  7. Tazz

    Tazz Road Train Member

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    Hook line and sinker.







    Just on the off chance your not trying to be funny if you did try and" make a run for it"



    Category 2: The first violation results in a disqualification of no less than 180 days or more than 1 year. The second violation within 10 years results in a disqualification of no less than 2 years or more than 5 years results in a disqualification of no less than 2 years or more than 5 years The third and subsequent violations result in disqualifications of no less than 3 years or more than 5 years a CDL holder is disqualified from operating a CMV, the State may issue m/her a license to operate a non-CMV. Drivers who are disqualified from erating a CMV can not be issued a "conditional" or "hardship" CDL or y other type of limited driving privileges to continue driving a CMV.



    So if your not a troll practice the phrase "Shined to a mirror finish". That will be the only way to get close to a truck for at least the next 6 months to a year.
     
  8. RickG

    RickG Road Train Member

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    Well , now you have a new stupidest thing . :biggrin_2559:
     
  9. cpttuttle

    cpttuttle Medium Load Member

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    yes,jackrabbiting as it's called is a major violation with a major suspension.better get a lawyer and try to plea bargain out of it.
     
  10. rodzilla

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    Not good. Not good at all.
     
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