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  • § 384.101
    Purpose and scope.
  • § 384.103
    Applicability.
  • § 384.105
    Definitions.
  • § 384.107
    Matter incorporated by reference.
  • § 384.201
    Testing program.
  • § 384.202
    Test standards.
  • § 384.203
    Driving while under the influence.
  • § 384.204
    CLP or CDL issuance and information.
  • § 384.205
    CDLIS information.
  • § 384.206
    State record checks.
  • § 384.207
    Notification of licensing.
  • § 384.208
    Notification of disqualification.
  • § 384.209
    Notification of traffic violations.
  • § 384.210
    Limitation on licensing.
  • § 384.211
    Surrender of old licenses.
  • § 384.212
    Domicile requirement.
  • § 384.213
    State penalties for drivers of CMVs.
  • § 384.214
    Reciprocity.
  • § 384.215
    First offenses.
  • § 384.216
    Second offenses.
  • § 384.217
    Drug offenses.
  • § 384.218
    Second serious traffic violation.
  • § 384.219
    Third serious traffic violation.
  • § 384.220
    Problem Driver Pointer System information.
  • § 384.221
    Out-of-service regulations (intoxicating beverage).
  • § 384.222
    Violation of out-of-service orders.
  • § 384.223
    Railroad-highway grade crossing violation.
  • § 384.224
    Noncommercial motor vehicle violations.
  • § 384.225
    CDLIS driver recordkeeping.
  • § 384.226
    Prohibition on masking convictions.
  • § 384.227
    Record of digital image or photograph.
  • § 384.228
    Examiner training and record checks.
  • § 384.229
    Skills test examiner auditing and monitoring.
  • § 384.230
    [RESERVED]
  • § 384.231
    Satisfaction of State disqualification requirement.
  • § 384.232
    Required timing of record checks.
  • § 384.233
    Background records checks.
  • § 384.234
    Driver medical certification recordkeeping.
  • § 384.301
    Substantial compliance-general requirements.
  • § 384.303
    [RESERVED]
  • § 384.305
    State certifications for Federal fiscal years after FY 1994.
  • § 384.307
    FMCSA program reviews of State compliance.
  • § 384.309
    Results of compliance determination.
  • § 384.401
    Withholding of funds based on noncompliance.
  • § 384.403
    Availability of funds withheld for noncompliance.
  • § 384.405
    Decertification of State CDL program.
  • § 384.407
    Emergency CDL grants.
  • § 384.409
    Notification of noncompliance.

Part 384
STATE COMPLIANCE WITH COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE PROGRAM

§ 384.101: Purpose and scope.

(a) Purpose. The purpose of this part is to ensure that the States comply with the provisions of section 12009(a) of the Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986 (49 U.S.C. 31311(a)).
(b) Scope. This part:
(1) Includes the minimum standards for the actions States must take to be in substantial compliance with each of the 22 requirements of 49 U.S.C. 31311(a);
(2) Establishes procedures for determinations to be made of such compliance by States; and
(3) Specifies the consequences of State noncompliance.

Citation: [62 FR 37152, July 11, 1997]

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