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Drivers who are suspected of being impaired by alcohol, drugs or a physical or medical condition that affects their ability to safely operate a vehicle are subject to a 24-hour driver's licence suspension.
Drivers who receive a 24-hour driver's licence suspension for medical reasons may have their file reviewed by Alberta Transportation’s Driver Fitness and Monitoring staff to determine their fitness to drive.
Drivers who meet the applicable sanctions under the Immediate Roadside Sanctions (IRS) Program of IRS: FAIL, IRS: WARN, IRS ZERO: Novice or the IRS ZERO: Commercial Program will be subject to those programs.
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