My son in law was diagnosed with MS 4 years ago and is taking injections daily with very limited symptoms or issues. If you did not know he had MS there is no visible sign. He recently applied and was accepted for truck driving school and moved to South Carolina. Today the School Administrator informed him that most likely none of the Carriers affiliated with the school will offer him employment due to the MS and that if not they will be terminating the training by the end of this week. Are there any issues with a truck driver having MS.
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replied March 3rd, 2008
MS and Truck driving
The one thing I can think of is vision problems, with MS you can suddenly lose vision in one or both eyes or have vision get dim or blurry. I have had double vision a few times.
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