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  • § 380.101
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 380.103
    Applicability.
  • § 380.105
    Definitions.
  • § 380.107
    General requirements.
  • § 380.109
    Driver testing.
  • § 380.111
    Substitute for driver training.
  • § 380.113
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.201
    General requirements.
  • § 380.203
    LCV Doubles.
  • § 380.205
    LCV Triples.
  • § 380.301
    General requirements.
  • § 380.303
    Substitute for instructor requirements.
  • § 380.305
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.401
    Certification document.
  • § 380.501
    Applicability.
  • § 380.502
    Definitions.
  • § 380.503
    Entry-level driver training requirements.
  • § 380.505
    Proof of training.
  • § 380.507
    Driver responsibilities.
  • § 380.509
    Employer responsibilities.
  • § 380.511
    Employer recordkeeping responsibilities.
  • § 380.513
    Required information on the training certificate.
  • Appendix to Part 380
    LCV Driver Training Programs, Required Knowledge and Skills

Part 380
SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

§ 380.101: Purpose and scope.

(a) Purpose. The purpose of this part is to establish minimum requirements for operators of longer combination vehicles (LCVs) and LCV driver-instructors.
(b) Scope. This part establishes:
(1) Minimum training requirements for operators of LCVs;
(2) Minimum qualification requirements for LCV driver-instructors; and
(3) Procedures for determining compliance with this part by operators, instructors, training institutions, and employers.


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