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Old 11-23-2011, 04:31 AM
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Default CRENGLAND and "controlled substances"....What's the real deal here?

I have this doc I talked to at the CR med clinic in Dallas telling me I need to be off benzo's-klonopin, for 3 months even BEFORE i start my training.
Gimme an f*ckin break.

Is their ANYONE out there who has been on these "drugs" or that has any true inside info on this whole subject.
I just find it a complete joke that once I'm off this med, I need to then wait THREE months before I can attend the holier than thou-NOT, CRENGLAND trucking school? :moon:
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Old 11-23-2011, 12:26 PM
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A couple of years ago, one of the guys (I believe it may have been the "Rev" or "Mythbuster" or somebody) posted a list of the medications that DOT does not approve for drivers of commercial vehicles. I remember reading the list very quickly, but I wasn't on any meds so I didn't look at it all that close. Maybe one of you guys that's far better with this search function can find it for him. I have no idea what it is, what it does, or what it's for.

On another note, I never drove for C R England either. Not in this lifetime,and doubtful in the next.
Destroy the cities...
and they will rebuild them.
Destroy the farms...
and grass will grow in the streets of the cities.

Destroy the economy of the blue-collar worker...
and grass will grow in the executive offices.

The bill has come due.
( R E T I R E D , and glad of it)

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