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§391.15 Disqualification of drivers.

§391.15 Disqualification of drivers.

Guidance Q&A

Question 4: What are the differences between the disqualification provisions listed in §383.51 and 383.5 and those listed in §391.15?

Guidance: Part 383 disqualifications are applicable generally to drivers who possess a commercial driver’s license, regardless of where the CMV, as defined in 49 CFR 383.5, is driven in the U.S. Part 391 disqualifications are applicable generally to drivers who drive CMVs, as defined in 49 CFR 390.5, in interstate commerce.

Regulatory Topic: Driver disqualification
Published Date: Sunday, May 4, 1997
Issued Date: Friday, April 4, 1997