Truck driver drug tests are easy to cheat
As a lawyer handling interstate trucking accident cases, I see the results of a variety of safety problems. Now, a Houston TV investigative reporter has revealed one more hazard for us to worry about. Even when the federal drug testing regulations are followed by the testing labs, it is extremely easy for a truck driver who is motivated to do so to cheat on the test by using mail order drug-free urine. See this video report from Robert Arnold at KPRC TV in Houston, Texas.
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