Sales Professionals in Southern California
California’s economy depends on the ability of businesses, small and large, to sell their products to their customers. Producing the greatest “widget” in the world is pointless if you’re not able to get it into the hands of the consumer. To accomplish this critical goal, many businesses require that their sales professionals “hit the road” and bring their products directly to the consumer’s door step.
Each morning, millions of the State’s best Sales Professionals start their engines for a day of driving to meet current and prospective customers and clients. Real estate agents, medical supply companies, IT professionals, software companies, insurance agents; just about any product that is for sale can have a Sales Professional on the road trying to make a living. For these hard working Californians, the loss of their driving privilege can mean the end of their professional lives. No driver license..... No job!
The vast majority of California’s Sales Professionals hold the basic Class “C” driver license. Despite the fact that these workers can rack up tens of thousands of driving miles each year, they are not held to the same high standard as are Commercial drivers. Even though the holder of the Class “C” license is not held to the standard of a professional driver, they can lose their license in an instant. Even though their entire livelihood may depend on their privilege to drive, that privilege can be stripped away in the blink of an eye.
Being a careful and prudent driver is not always enough to protect your driving privilege. Having your moral compass pointed “due north” may not be enough to keep you on the road.
The California DMV routinely suspends or revokes the driving privilege of good, hard‐working, Californians who have simply made a mistake; been caught in a bad situation; or had a change in health status. The DMV has a supremely solemn duty to protect the safety of all California drivers. In some instances, the DMV becomes so focused on their desire to protect our roadways that they lose sight of the very people they are supposed to serve.
Even if you are a devoted, loving father and husband or a caring, responsible mother and wife; if you attend church regularly; if you are a disabled military veteran; if you represent the very best that our society has to offer, you may still have your driving privilege ended for any of the following reasons:
- Following a DUI arrest.
- Accumulating too many moving violations in a short period of time.
- Involvement in an accident after your auto insurance had inadvertently lapsed.
- Having a change in your medical status that may make it difficult for you to drive.
- If you are thought to be addicted to alcohol or drugs.
- Having too many accidents on your record.
These and many more factors can play directly into the DMV’s decision to suspend or revoke your driving privilege.
Don’t let DMV turn your professional life upside down without a fight. Every aspect of dealing with the DMV can be frustrating and quite confusing but, you don’t have to fight them alone. Call CDA immediately; we can help. Even if you can’t afford to hire us, let us answer your questions and point you in the right direction.
Remember, if the DMV is your problem......... CDA is your solution!