With driver drug testing facilities struggling to stay afloat, DOT considers enforcement leniency

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Tia Ghattas was featured in the Commercial Carrier Journal discussing how the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said it will attempt to use discretion in enforcing the 2020 requirement that fleets issue random drug tests for 50% of their drivers. Though the series of waivers have provided limited flexibility options for fleets, “you still have to follow the regulations,” said Tia. While fleets certainly can take advantage of the waivers granted by FMCSA, “they’re not a free pass,” she added.

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