In a time of medical crisis, California residents will often rely upon the training and skill of an ambulance driver to deliver them swiftly and safely to emergency medical care. In a medical emergency, victims are among the most vulnerable of transported passengers and so the trust that we put in ambulance drivers is critical. Because so much rests on the shoulders of these professional drivers, the People of the State of California and the California Department of Motor Vehicles must ensure that this select group of drivers abide by a stringent standard of training and certification. Therefore, an ambulance driver is required to possess a valid California Driver License AND an Ambulance Drivers Certificate.
Losing Your License and the Need for Ambulance Drivers DMV Defense
Many EMTs, paramedics, and other emergency medical professionals have spent many years and thousands of dollars preparing to operate emergency ambulances. Rendering aid to the sick and injured is all they have cared about for years. The DMV is not interested in a driver’s personal investment in their chosen field and will refuse, suspend, or revoke the Ambulance Drivers Certificate if they believe they have cause.
The loss of your Ambulance Drivers Certificate immediately renders you unable to operate an emergency ambulance. This can mean an immediate suspension, demotion, or termination of employment, regardless of how hard you have worked to get there.
Start Protecting your Ambulance Drivers Certificate with Ambulance Drivers DMV Defense
If you receive notice from the Department of Motor Vehicles that they intend to refuse, suspend or revoke your Ambulance Drivers Certificate, you must act quickly. To protect your certificate, contact must be made with the Office of Driver Safety (DSO) within the first 10 days following the notice of suspension. Failure to contact the DMV within that time period forfeits your right to a hearing and the suspension or revocation is automatic. You are entitled to fight for yourself and you cannot make the suspension/revocation any worse by doing so. All you can do is make the situation better.
How Can We Help An Ambulance Driver? – Our professional team has been assisting ambulance drivers in California for decades. We understand exactly what it takes to represent you and fight for your ability to continue to hold your ambulance drivers license. Our team has the resources as well as the experience to ensure that all aspects of your DMV defense are covered and that you are provided the best possible chance to maintain your driving privilege. Detailed research of every client’s specific situation and factors contributing to the activity in question are analyzed and a formal plan is created to provide the best possible DMV defense. DO NOT trust your case with a less experienced team as it may result in the Loss of Your Driving Privilege.