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What are your chances of getting a job as a bus driver if you have 4 points on your license for 2 speeding tickets 30 days apart but the tickets are 2 years old and paid in full?

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2005-11-17 00:19:59
2005-11-17 00:19:59

Personally, I wouldn't count on the job. It would seem to me that they'll look at people with a less exciting driving record.

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