What happens if you lose your license due to a drunk driving arrest, and you have to drive a truck for your job?
If you are a U.S. Postal Service employee, your boss just pays somebody else to drive you around for a while.
That’s what has happened in Lititz, where James E. Avers, 34, of Mount Joy, has been getting a paid chauffeur to drive him until he gets his license back, after pleading guilty to four counts of drunken driving.
The 2011 DUI arrest in East Hempfield Township was Avers’ second for drunk driving, according to court records.