This should be free, as Just Answer gave me an apology for an un-answered question. I have been with UPS for 36 years. As of age 30, (now 54), I first encountered panic-attacks. I thought something wrong with heart, and went thru stress test and cardiologist said I was having panic-attacks. Had never heard of such. This was 1999. (after 9 years of episodes) For 5 years, (since 1999) I took Xanax and was fine to drive. Past DOT physical to drive. Cardiologist recommended me to physciatrist, as I did per his imput. As I did not like side-effects, and quit taking Xanax, they had to come get me off route. Management said "just get on meds again" But Division-manager said "NO" as I guess I was a liability. I was fine to drive. Lost my position, and 30K per year, for his decision. Have researched, and appears Xanax is OK, if proven you are able to drive safely. I have lost nearly 300K, by being regulated to hub to work, as pay is $6 an hour less, and with no overtime
. I drove for 21 years for UPS, five on meds. I have researched, an apparently, Xanax IS ACCEPTED to drive under professional doctor. (DR. Imbert Fla Hospital) I have lost approx. $300K of financial security, with what I feel is misrepresentation, or at worse fraud. Can you please tell me if you are allowed to drive with a class E license, (not CDL for semi's) and if I have been railroaded or "steered" to a lower paying position? I am a humble man, and do not stir-up controversy, but feel I was "rail-roaded" for my medical condition. I live in Orlando Fla., and just wish an honest answer if I was deceived. Sincerely, XXXXX XXXXX I am going to bed now, as hub-work is most tiring for my position now. Please answer, as E-How apologized for inadequate answer with Doctor format, and promised question answered for the $35 dollars I had already spent. I look forward to your expertise.