Before allowed to go on the road, the Department of Transportation requires a CDL drug test for new drivers. Upon passing a test at one of our centers, employers can approve workers to start a new job. That is not the only time they are needed.
In 2016, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration reported just under 4,500 fatal crashes involving large trucks and buses. When CDL holders are involved in an accident, a drug test must be taken with a negative report in order to qualify
for workers’ compensation.