- § 391.2
- § 391.11
General qualifications of drivers.
- § 391.15
Disqualification of drivers.
- § 391.21
Application for employment.
- § 391.23
Investigation and inquiries.
- § 391.25
Annual inquiry and review of driving record.
- § 391.27
Record of violations.
- § 391.31
- § 391.33
Equivalent of road test.
- § 391.41
Physical qualifications for drivers.
- § 391.43
Medical examination; certificate of physical examination.
- § 391.45
Persons who must be medically examined and certified.
- § 391.47
Resolution of conflicts of medical evaluation.
- § 391.49
Alternative physical qualification standards for the loss or impairment of limbs.
- § 391.51
General requirements for driver qualification files.
- § 391.63
- § 391.65
Drivers furnished by other motor carriers.
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Question 1: Must exempt intracity zone (see §390.5) drivers comply with the medical requirements of this subpart?
Guidance: No, provided: a. the driver was otherwise qualified and operating in a municipality or exempt intracity zone thereof throughout the 1-year period ending November 18, 1988; and, b. the driver’s medical condition has not substantially worsened since August 23, 1988.
Question 2: What driver qualification requirements must a farm vehicle driver (as defined in §390.5) comply with in part 391?
Guidance: Drivers meeting the definition of ‘‘farm vehicle driver’’ who operate straight trucks are exempted from all driver qualification requirements of part 391. All drivers of articulated motor vehicles with a GCWR of 10,001 pounds or more are required to possess a current medical certificate as required in §§391.41 and 391.45.