Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Bonbon, May 14, 2019 at 9:39 AM.
but then you would also need a Brooklyn to English translator
a lot of people have one but they cant see it to know
Dude in my truck driving school had a glass eye.
Wally! This is serious
I know. That eye could EXPLODE!
You are talking about someones ability
i to provide for their family
Seriously, the guide dog must have 20/20 vision.
You want someone with vision impairment driving next to your family?
They have gone overboard on parts of the physicals like sleep apnea and blood pressure but vision is something where there should be little flexibility.
Mr. Drunk driver!
Pretty sure vision is important. How much impairment must one have to not get a DOT?
I only met a guy with a glass eye once...in high-school, he'd take it out randomly and put it in his mouth to freak us girls out. Ick!...not a way to pick up chicks.
I had a center manager with a glass eye. He couldn't get a DOT card but could still supervise others who did.
He's had monocular vision since birth. If you read up on it the only real impairment is depth perception and sometimes peripheral vision. His peripheral is great as he can see out of it kinda. His depth...well apparently they adapt and rely on hearing and shadows a lot. It's actually really cool how the human body adapts. According to the optometrist he's as safe as any other driver on the road.
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