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Post Accident Drug Testing

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Pam, this is one of those circumstances where it sure would have been helpful if you would have let us know what was going on before you made any career-altering decisions. Getting terminated for a refusal to take a drug test is about the worst thing that could have happened for your career. Unless you can get this removed from your record I don't know how you're going to find another job. It's going to be next to impossible.

The first course of action is to try like mad to get this worked out with Swift. I have no idea if that's possible or not. If it is, get back there and get to work. If you can't get re-hired there then try to make sure they don't list this as a failed drug test. Again, I really have no idea what your chances are of making that happen.

I'm afraid at this point there isn't much we can do except cheer you on and hope things work out for the best.

Brett...I really Appreciate this site...I used all the free CDL Practice test...and studied for 3 grueling weeks from Am to PM 7 days a week, my free test scores were 100...on good days and 86 on brain dead days. So I got frustrated and said after failing the free practice test scoring at times 79 and other times 98...so I said the hell with it....went down to the DMV and applied for my endorsement for Class A...took the CDL Class A test for Combination Tractor & Trailer- I passed but only scored 98 not a 100 like I wanted too. I know which question I failed on the test, You know how your spouse to keep your hands on the steering wheel at all times with no distractions Well this question are the questions. Your trucking down the highway with your partner, and trying to not be distracted when, your ass itches... Here was the choices. A - Let go with one arm of the steering wheel reach behind and scratch it yourself? B- Wiggle your butt back and forth with the edge of the seat to scratch it. C. Ask your team driver if he would mind scratching your itchy Ass? Seamus Obrien

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