Experienced Felon Driver
I have been driving now for 5 years, my Felony is almost 7 years old, and even after a long period its a tough road. I was very fortunate though, i got some lucky breaks along the way. I can tell you that what has been said above in this site is 100% all true! And to add to this, its getting worse, even for those who don't have a felony. the fed's are gearing up and cracking down on safety, older drivers and obese (fat) drivers.
the physicals and safety factors (your safesat) are hire no hire requirements. Keep in mind that it is NOT the company that hires you its the insurance company! No, its not right and personally i think it unsafe. This is the world today. Please don't get me wrong, this is and can be a rewarding career i have made the most money in my life and see the country (briefly, driving by it) but i love the job. Its a shame that society MUST continue to punish those that have paid there debt in full and want to be good honest people. It may feel you will never have that chance, but you will! And when you do please don't mess it it up for those coming behind you. I have ran across to many that would hire a felon it they haven't been screwed so many times by a felon. Its already lean enough out there, so if you are not willing to sacrifice and work hard (sometimes harder than most) don't even bother trying. You do have more to prove, you are watched more closely that's just part of the games they play. it will get old and even piss you off but don't quite it WILL get better just give it a chance.
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