Defending Against Truck Driver Logbook Violations

Logbook Violations

Have you been accused of falsifying a logbook?  Have you been accused of providing false information about the number of hours you drove in a particular state or on a particular day or week?  These and other alleged logbook violations are serious matters that could impair your driving record and impact your ability to maintain your commercial driver's license.

Fortunately, there are many ways that an experienced traffic defense attorney can challenge these and other alleged CDL violations.  We encourage you to contact our office immediately if you have received a traffic ticket for a logbook violation or other CDL violation.

Winter Chain Requirements

Snow and ice can cause vehicles to lose traction.  Washington law has special rules for vehicles with a gross weight of more than 10,000 pounds.  For such vehicles, the law requires the use of chains when traffic control signs are marked "Chains Required," as well as when signs are marked "Traction Tires Required."  In addition, all such vehicles must carry a minimum of two extra chains for use in the event that road conditions worsen or road chains are broken.  Such chains must not be plastic and must adhere to requirements set forth by state statute [WAC 204-24-050].

Contact A Trucking Regulations Attorney For Help Today

We serve clients throughout Eastern, Central and Western Washington.  To speak with a Kittitas County CDL violations attorney, contact our law office in Cle Elum, Washington.  We are pleased to offer a free phone consultation.  For assistance, call 509-899-5375 or 425-397-9400.  You may also contact us by email.