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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION,
DRIVER AND MOTOR VEHICLE SERVICES DIVISION

 

DIVISION 63

COMMERCIAL DRIVING PRIVILEGE PROVISIONS

735-063-0000 [Renumbered to 735-063-0205]

735-063-0050 [Renumbered to 735-063-0210]

735-063-0060 [Renumbered to 735-063-0220]

735-063-0065 [Renumbered to 735-063-0230]

735-063-0067 [Renumbered to 735-063-0340]

735-063-0070 [Renumbered to 735-063-0240]

735-063-0075 [Renumbered to 735-063-0350]

735-063-0130 [Renumbered to 735-063-0360]

735-063-0180 [Renumbered to 735-063-0380]

735-063-0200

Purpose

(1) Chapter 735, division 063 establishes rules for those requirements and processes that are specific to the granting of commercial driving privileges, the retention of those privileges and DMV’s sanctioning of those privileges. A person applying for commercial driving privileges must already have a Class C non-commercial license issued by the State of Oregon, or must meet all qualifications for the license. The administrative rules in OAR 735, division 062 regarding the procedures related to the issuance, renewal or replacement of a Class C non-commercial driver license or driver permit also apply to a CDL or a CLP except as specified in these rules.

(2) The following rules in OAR 735, division 062 do not apply to a CDL or a CLP:

(a) 735-062-0002;

(b) 735-062-0005;

(c) 735-062-0010;

(d) 735-062-0032;

(e) 735-062-0033;

(f) 735-062-0035;

(g) 735-062-0080;

(h) 735-062-0085; and

(i) 735-062-300 to 735-062-0390.

(3) The other rules in OAR 735, division 062 are applicable to commercial driving privileges either in whole or as specified in the rules below.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.018, 807.031, 807.035, 807.045, 807.120, 807.173, 807.285, 809.510-809.545
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0205

Definitions

Except as otherwise provided in these OAR 735, division 063, rules the following definitions apply to OAR 735, division 063:

(1) “AAMVA” means the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators.

(2) “Accident records” include, but are not limited to DMV records, police reports, crash reports or other reports from motor carriers.

(3) “CDL” means commercial driver license.

(4) “CDLIS” means the Commercial Driver’s License Information System operated by AAMVA for FMCSA.

(5) “CDL Third Party Examiner” means an individual certified by DMV to administer CDL skills tests through a CDL Third Party Tester.

(6) “CDL skills test” means a three-part test to determine a CDL applicant’s driver competency, consisting of: a pre-trip vehicle inspection, a basic control skills test and an on-road drive test.

(7) “CDL Third Party Tester” means a person authorized by DMV to operate a CDL skills testing program and provide CDL Third Party Examiner(s) to administer CDL skills test.

(8) “CLP” means a commercial learner driver permit issued under ORS 807.285 on or after September 26, 2016, or a commercial instruction permit issued under ORS 807.280 prior to September 26, 2016.

(9) “CMV” means commercial motor vehicle, as defined in ORS 801.208.

(10) “Conviction record” means an official record showing a determination of guilt by a court of law upon a plea, verdict, finding, or unvacated bail forfeiture.

(11) “CSTIMS”, means the Commercial Skills Test Information Management System, a web-based system for scheduling and reporting CDL skills tests information and results.

(12) “Disqualifying condition” is a medical condition(s) not meeting FMCSA physical qualification standards as set forth in 49 CFR 391.41(b).

(13) “DMV” means the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division of the Oregon Department of Transportation.

(14) “Driving type” means a certification by an applicant or holder of a CDL or CLP for one of the following:

(a) Non-excepted interstate: the person operates or expects to operate in interstate commerce;

(b) Excepted interstate: the person operates or expects to operate in interstate commerce but engages exclusively in transportation or operations excepted under 49 CFR 390.3(f), 391.2, 391.68 or 398.3; or

(c) Non-excepted intrastate: the person operates only in intrastate commerce.

(15) “Fifth wheel hitch” means the coupling system, as defined in ORS 801.275.

(16) “FMCSA” means the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration of the United States Department of Transportation.

(17) “Intrastate commerce” has the meaning set forth in 49 CFR 390.5 and includes any trade, traffic or transportation taking place exclusively within Oregon.

(18) “Medical Determination Officer” means a physician, nurse practitioner or physician assistant, licensed to provide health care services by the State of Oregon, and is employed or designated by DMV to make medical determinations of a driver’s medical eligibility for driving privileges.

(19) “Medical Specialist” means a person who is licensed as a doctor of medicine, a doctor of osteopathy, an optometrist or an audiologist.

(20) “Physician” has the meaning set forth in ORS 807.710.

(21) “SPE certificate” means a Skill Performance Evaluation certificate issued by FMCSA pursuant to 49 CFR 391.49 to a person who demonstrates the ability to safely operate a CMV in spite of limb impairment or loss.

(22) “Waiver of Physical Disqualification” or “waiver” means a waiver issued by DMV to a driver who does not meet certain physical qualifications required for drivers of CMVs as set forth in 49 CFR 391.41(b).

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040 & 807.100
Hist.: DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 8-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-10; DMV 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-11; DMV 1-2012, f. 1-27-12, cert. ef. 1-30-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0000, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0210

CDL or CLP Medical Standards

(1) DMV adopts 49 CFR 391.41 to 391.49 in effect as of September 26, 2016 pertaining to physical qualifications and medical examination of drivers of CMVs.

(2) Any person who certifies a driving type of non-excepted interstate must meet the medical qualifications described in 49 CFR 391.41 to 391.49 or be exempted from those medical qualifications pursuant to 49 USC 31135 and 31136(e) and 49 CFR 381.300 to 381.330 to be issued or to retain an Oregon CDL or CLP.

(3) Any person who certifies a driving type of excepted interstate or non-excepted intrastate must:

(a) Meet the medical qualifications in section (2) of this rule to be issued or retain an Oregon CDL or CLP; or

(b) Meet the medical qualifications for a Waiver of Physical Disqualification issued by DMV and described in 735-063-0070 to be issued or retain a restricted Oregon CDL or CLP.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 807.040 & 809.419
Other Auth.: 49 CFR §391.41 – §391.49
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040, 807.100 & 809.419
Hist.: MV 11-1986, f. 6-27-86, ef. 7-1-86; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-031-0730; MV 24-1988, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-88; MV 6-1990, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-90; MV 11-1992, f. & cert. ef. 9-28-92; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-060-0140; DMV 2-2005, f. 1-20-05, cert. ef. 1-31-05; DMV 9-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-17-07 thru 3-14-08; Renumbered from 735-074-0260, DMV 17-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 8-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-10; DMV 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-11; DMV 1-2012, f. 1-27-12, cert. ef. 1-30-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0050, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0220

Proof of Medical Qualification for a CDL or CLP

(1) Proof of medical qualification for a person who certifies a driving type of non-excepted interstate is:

(a) A CDLIS record that indicates the person is medically qualified to operate a CMV in interstate commerce; or

(b) A valid unexpired Medical Examiner’s Certificate that conforms to the requirements of 49 CFR 391.43. When indicated on the certificate, the Medical Examiner’s Certificate must be accompanied by one or both of the following:

(A) A valid unexpired notice of exemption issued by FMCSA under the provisions of 49 CFR 381.300 to 381.330.

(B) A valid unexpired SPE certificate issued by FMCSA under the provisions of 49 CFR 391.49.

(2) Proof of medical qualification for a person who certifies a driving type of excepted interstate or non-excepted intrastate is:

(a) The proof required under section (1) of this rule; or

(b) A valid unexpired Waiver of Physical Disqualification issued by DMV under the conditions described in OAR 735-063-0240.

(3) A Medical Examiner Certificate, notice of exemption, SPE certificate and a Waiver of Physical Disqualification is valid for up to two years.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 807.040
Other Auth.: 49 CFR §381.300 - §381.330 and §391.41 – §391.49
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040, 807.100
Hist.: MV 11-1986, f. 6-27-86, ef. 7-1-86; MV 4-1987, f. & ef. 5-18-87; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-031-0750; MV 24-1988, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-88; MV 24-1989, f. & cert. ef. 10-3-89; MV 6-1990, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-90; MV 16-1991, f. 9-18-91, cert. ef. 9-29-91; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-060-0160; DMV 9-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-17-07 thru 3-14-08; Renumbered from 735-074-0280, DMV 17-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 8-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-10; DMV 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-11; DMV 1-2012, f. 1-27-12, cert. ef. 1-30-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0060, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0230

Medical Qualification Procedures for CDL or CLP

(1) An applicant for a CDL or CLP must have proof of medical qualification as described in OAR 735-063-0220. DMV will not issue a CDL or CLP if any proof of medical qualification is denied, expired, rescinded, voided or revoked.

(2) An applicant for a CDL or CLP who certifies a driving type of non-excepted interstate must also certify on the application or renewal form that the applicant meets the driver qualification requirements contained in 49 CFR part 391.

(3) To maintain proof of medical qualification to operate a CMV, the holder of a CDL or CLP must have a valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate. Proof of medical qualification must be provided to DMV when requested. If proof is not provided as required following the expiration of the holder’s current proof of medical qualification as described in OAR 735-063-0220, DMV will cancel the holder’s commercial driving privileges as provided in OAR 735-063-0340.

(4) DMV is not responsible for any expenses an applicant may incur for the acquisition of a valid Medical Examiner’s Certificate or duplicate Medical Examiner’s Certificate.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010 & 807.040
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040, 807.100 & 807.150
Hist.: MV 11-1986, f. 6-27-86, ef. 7-1-86; Administrative Renumbering 3-1988, Renumbered from 735-031-0760; MV 4-1987, f. & ef. 5-18-87; MV 6-1990, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-90; DMV 11-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-98; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-060-0170; DMV 9-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-17-07 thru 3-14-08; Renumbered from 735-074-0290, DMV 17-2007, f. 12-24-07, cert. ef. 1-1-08; DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-11; DMV 1-2012, f. 1-27-12, cert. ef. 1-30-12; DMV 12-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-20-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0065, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0240

Waiver of Physical Disqualification

(1) This rule is applicable to holders of or applicants for a CDL, CLP or Class C non-commercial license issued by DMV, who intend to operate a CMV only in Oregon intrastate commerce or are exempt from the physical qualification requirements in 49 CFR 391.41 and 391.43 under 49 CFR 390.3(f), 391.2, 391.68 or 398.3 but must have a medical certificate under ORS 807.100.

(2) For purposes of this rule, CMV means a commercial motor vehicle as defined in 49 CFR 390.5 and includes a driver employed or applying for employment to operate a CMV by a for-hire carrier as defined in ORS 825.005.

(3) DMV may issue or renew a Waiver of Physical Disqualification if the person is otherwise disqualified from operating a CMV under 49 CFR 391.41(b) because of one or more of the following disqualifying conditions:

(a) Loss or impairment of limb;

(b) Diabetes;

(c) Seizure disorder;

(d) Impaired vision; or

(e) Hearing loss.

(4) Except as provided in Sections (2) and (12) of this rule, DMV will not issue or renew a Waiver of Physical Disqualification to a person who does not meet the physical qualification standards set forth in 49 CFR 391.41(b).

(5) To apply for a Waiver of Physical Disqualification, an applicant must submit the following:

(a) A completed waiver application form, including:

(A) A current FMCSA medical examination report completed by a licensed physician, chiropractic physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner. The report must show that notwithstanding the disqualifying condition, the applicant meets all other physical qualification standards as set forth in 49 CFR 391.41(b);

(B) Current medical information regarding the disqualifying condition from a treating medical specialist specializing in the assessment and treatment of the type of disqualifying condition for which the applicant is requesting a waiver; and

(C) If requested by DMV, a copy of the applicant’s out-of-state driver record if the applicant has held a driver license in another jurisdiction during the three-year period preceding the date of application.

(b) If requested by DMV, additional information showing that the disqualifying condition does not impair the person’s ability to safely operate a CMV in intrastate commerce.

(6) The Medical Determination Officer will review an application for an original waiver or for renewal of a waiver and make a recommendation to DMV whether to approve or deny the waiver.

(a) The Medical Determination Officer review will be conducted using medical waiver guidelines. These guidelines are criteria maintained by the Medical Determination Officer and are available from DMV.

(b) The Medical Determination Officer may request additional information from DMV or the applicant before making a recommendation.

(7) Records relating to an applicant or the holder of a current waiver may be reviewed at any time by DMV to determine if the person is qualified to hold the waiver and is complying with the restrictions and conditions of the waiver. The review may include a recommendation from the Medical Determination Officer. DMV may use the information from these records or a recommendation from the Medical Determination Officer as a basis for denial of a waiver or for revocation of an existing waiver as specified in OAR 735-063-0350(4). Records include but are not limited to:

(a) Driving record;

(b) Accident record;

(c) Conviction record; and

(d) Medical records.

(7) If DMV has reason to believe the holder of a Waiver of Physical Disqualification is no longer qualified for the waiver, DMV:

(a) May immediately revoke the waiver as specified in OAR 735-063-0350;

(b) May request in writing that the holder submit any information requested by DMV in order for DMV to determine if the holder remains eligible for the waiver. The holder must submit any requested information to DMV within 60 days of the date the written request is mailed. Failure to submit the requested information will result in revocation of the waiver as set forth in OAR 735-063-0350(3). DMV may grant an additional 30 days if:

(A) The person is seriously ill or injured and DMV receives a written request from a physician for an extension;

(B) The person is temporarily out of state and DMV receives a written request for an extension from the person; or

(C) The person can show that the information was requested from another party within the 60 day period and the delay in submitting the information was caused by the other party.

(8) To be eligible for a Waiver of Physical Disqualification, a driver must:

(a) Qualify for commercial driving privileges, have a valid Oregon CDL or CLP, or be an Oregon licensed driver employed by or seeking employment with a carrier to operate a CMV only in Oregon intrastate commerce;

(b) Have driving privileges that are not suspended, revoked, cancelled or withdrawn in Oregon or any other jurisdiction;

(c) Have a Waiver of Physical Disqualification that is not currently denied or revoked as specified in OAR 735-063-0350(1) or 735-063-0350 (4);

(d) Apply for the Waiver of Physical Disqualification as explained in section (4) of this rule; and

(e) Receive a recommendation for waiver approval from the Medical Determination Officer.

(9) Any driver issued a waiver must comply with the following conditions:

(a) Notify DMV within 10 days of any change in the driver’s physical condition or any other condition pertaining to the need for the waiver, modification of the waiver or revocation of the waiver;

(b) Notify DMV of any crash, arrest or conviction involving the use of a motor vehicle within 30 days of the crash or within 10 days of the arrest or conviction;

(c) Notify DMV within 10 days of any suspension, cancellation, revocation or withdrawal of driving privileges in a jurisdiction other than Oregon;

(d) Notify DMV within 10 days of changing employers and provide the new employer with a copy of the waiver;

(e) Carry a copy of the medical waiver and any listed waiver conditions at all times while operating a CMV and make the waiver and waiver conditions available to enforcement personnel upon request;

(f) Operate a CMV only in Oregon intrastate commerce. This subsection does not apply to a driver who is exempt from the physical qualification requirements in 49 CFR 391.41 and 391.43 under 49 CFR 390.3(f), 391.2, 391.68 or 398.3, but must have an approved medical certificate under ORS 807.100; and

(g) Comply with all waiver conditions related to the disqualifying condition as noted on the Waiver of Physical Disqualification.

(10) The waiver is valid for a period not to exceed the expiration date of the driver’s medical certificate.

(11) Incomplete waiver applications are invalid 180 days after receipt by DMV and DMV will take no action to deny or approve the application. After this period, the person must reapply for a waiver in accordance with all of the requirements of this rule.

(12) DMV will renew a Waiver of Physical Disqualification issued for a sleep disorder or cardiac condition if the waiver was in effect on August 10, 2009, and all other requirements set forth in section (8) of this rule are met.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619 & 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040 & 807.150
Hist.: MCTB 4-2000, f. & cert. ef. 6-12-00; Renumbered from 740-100-0140, DMV 9-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-17-07 thru 3-14-08; Renumbered from 740-100-0140, DMV 9-2008, f. & cert. ef. 3-21-08; DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 8-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-10; DMV 7-2011, f. & cert. ef. 6-21-11; DMV 12-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-20-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0070, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0250

Knowledge Testing and Requirements for Issuance of CLP

(1) An applicant for commercial driving privileges must first apply for a CLP, except as specified in OAR 735-063-0260(1).

(2) The class of CLP that DMV will issue, and the endorsements and restrictions that DMV will place on the CLP are dependent on the knowledge tests that the applicant takes and passes, or on the current CDL that the person possesses.

(3) The provisions of OAR 735-062-0040 also apply to the knowledge tests given to an applicant for a CLP.

(4) For purposes of the issuance of a CLP, a passing score for a knowledge test taken on or after September 26, 2016 is valid for six months. A passing score for a knowledge test taken prior to September 26, 2016 is valid for two years.

(5) All applicants for a CLP must have a valid score for the CDL general knowledge test. Additional knowledge test(s) are as follows:

(a) An applicant for a Class A CLP must have a valid score for the combination vehicles knowledge test.

(b) An applicant for a CLP with a passenger endorsement must have a valid score for the passenger endorsement test.

(c) An applicant for a CLP with a school bus endorsement must have a valid score for the passenger endorsement knowledge test and for the school bus endorsement test.

(d) An applicant for a CLP with a tank endorsement must have a valid score for the tank endorsement knowledge test.

(e) An applicant for a CLP who wants to operate a CMV with air brakes must have a passing score for the air brake knowledge test.

(6) All knowledge tests are administered in English. DMV does not allow the use of an interpreter or language aid.

(7) In addition to all requirements of OAR 735-062-0007(1) listed in subsections (e) through (1), an applicant for a CLP must:

(a) Provide the applicant’s Social Security number on the application. DMV will verify the Social Security number as described in OAR 735-062-0005;

(b) Except as provided in section (8) of this rule, provide proof of U.S. citizenship as described in OAR 735-062-0015(2) or permanent legal residency in the U.S. as described in OAR 735-062-0015(3).

(c) Certify driving type;

(d) Provide proof of medical qualification as described in OAR 735-063-0220; and

(e) Satisfy all requirements set forth in ORS 807.285.

(8) A citizen of a nation with a Compact of Free Association (COFA) with the United States must provide the proof required in OAR 735-062-0015(4)(a). For purposes of this rule, a citizen of a COFA nation is considered to have met lawful permanent resident requirements, under authority of FMCSA guidance, as required under ORS 807.040 and 807.285 for, issuance of a CLP.

(9) An applicant for a CLP is also subject to the provisions of OAR 735-062-0007(2)—(9).

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619 & 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.018, 807.031, 807.035, 807.070, 807.285
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0260

CDL Testing and Requirements for Issuance of CDL

(1) An applicant for a CDL must first be issued a CLP and pass a CDL skills test unless the applicant qualifies for one of the following exceptions:

(a) The applicant currently holds an Oregon CDL and is applying to renew or replace a CDL granting the exact same privileges.

(b) The applicant currently holds an Oregon CDL, is qualified for and has passed the knowledge test to add one or more of the following endorsements:

(A) Tank;

(B) Hazardous Materials;

(C) Doubles/Triples.

(c) The applicant surrenders a valid CDL issued by another state or the District of Columbia and the applicant:

(A) Meets the qualifications set forth in OAR 735-062-0080 subsections (1)(a) — (e);

(B) Surrenders a CDL that is the same class as the CDL for which the application is made;

(C) Passes the knowledge test for an Oregon Class C non-commercial license as the base driver license;

(D) Passes the vision screening; and

(E) Complies with OAR 735-063-0250 (7)(a) — (d).

(d) The applicant meets the requirements of OAR 735-063-0280 to be issued an Oregon CDL based on the applicant’s military training and experience operating CMVs.

(2) For a DMV examiner or CDL Third Party Examiner to administer a CDL skills test to an applicant, the applicant must:

(a) Have an unexpired Oregon driver license and an unexpired Oregon CLP. DMV must have issued the unexpired CLP not less than 14 days prior to the test. The applicant’s driving privileges must not be suspended, revoked, cancelled or otherwise withdrawn;

(b) Be ready to take the test in a class of vehicle or combination of vehicles that corresponds to or is lesser than the CLP, class, endorsements, and restrictions, possessed by the applicant and that corresponds to the CDL for which the person is applying.

(c) Have proof of insurance coverage on the vehicle as required by Oregon law;

(d) Complete all portions of the CDL skills test on the same calendar day unless the applicant fails or is unable to complete all three parts of the CDL skills test during a previous attempt.

(e) Communicate with the examiner in English. All examiner instructions are given in English and the applicant must respond in English.

(3) DMV adopts the following FMSCA regulations in effect as of September 26, 2016, as the standards that must be followed by an examiner in the administration of a CDL skills test:

(a) 49 CFR 383.71, Driver Applicant and Certification Procedures;

(b) 49 CFR 383.110 through 383.123, Required Knowledge and Skills; and

(c) 49 CFR 383.131 through 383.135, Tests.

(4) The CDL skills test must be administered in accordance with the federal regulations adopted by section (4) of this rule and the methods and procedures set forth in the Oregon CDL Examiner’s Manual. The CDL skills test must include:

(a) A pre-trip vehicle inspection test. This part of the CDL skills test must be the first test administered by the examiner. It is designed to evaluate the applicant’s ability to identify and operate the equipment on the vehicle in which the applicant is being tested and to detect and identify unsafe vehicle equipment items as described in the Oregon Commercial Driver Manual.

(b) A basic control skills test. This part of the CDL skills test must be administered after the applicant has successfully completed the pre-trip vehicle inspection test and prior to the on-road drive test. It is designed to evaluate the applicant’s ability to control the vehicle and judge the position of the vehicle in relation to other objects through basic starting, stopping, backing and parking maneuvers.

(c) An on-road drive test. This part of the CDL skills test, which must be administered after successful completion of the basic control skills test, is designed to evaluate the applicant’s competency to safely operate a vehicle or combination of vehicles under actual driving conditions. The applicant must demonstrate safe and proper driving methods and procedures and knowledge of the traffic laws. The following apply to an on-road drive test:

(A) The vehicle or combination of vehicles used for the CDL skills test must be of the class for which the applicant seeks a license or endorsement and must have the proper equipment in safe working order so that the vehicle(s) can be operated safely and legally. DMV will not administer the test if the examiner concludes the vehicle cannot be operated safely and legally; and

(B) The vehicle or combination of vehicles must not be loaded.

(5) If the applicant fails the first CDL skills test, DMV or a CDL Third Party Tester may administer additional tests as needed, with the following frequency:

(a) A second test may be administered no sooner than seven days after the first test;

(b) A third test may be administered no sooner than 14 days after the second test;

(c) A fourth test may be administered no sooner than 28 days after the third test; and

(d) A fifth test may be administered no sooner than 28 days after the fourth test.

(6) If an applicant passed the pre-trip vehicle inspection test but failed any other part of the CDL skills test, DMV or an approved CDL Third Party Tester may consider the pre-trip vehicle inspection test score valid and administer a subsequent CDL skills test starting with the basic skills control test.

(7) All CDL skills test results must be recorded in CSTIMS.

(8) A passing score for a CDL skills test taken on or after September 26, 2016, is valid for six months. A passing score for a CDL skills test taken prior to September 26, 2016, is valid for two years.

(9) If a CDL skills test administered by DMV is not completed because of vehicle equipment failure due to the vehicle not having the necessary safety equipment or not being in proper working order, the required test fee will remain on the DMV customer record to serve as payment for a postponed test. If an applicant must postpone a CDL skills test three times due to equipment failure, it is a test failure and the test fee is forfeited. DMV will require an additional test fee for subsequent tests.

(10) An applicant for a CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement must meet the requirements described in OAR 735-063-0290.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Other Auth.: 49 CFR §383.71, §383.110 – 383.123 & §383.131-383.135
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.018, 807.031, 807.035, 807.045, 807.173, 807.285
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0270

Acceptance of Tests Conducted Out-of-State

When an applicant has received training in the operation of CMVs in another state and has taken and passed the CDL skills test in that state, DMV will accept the certification of a driver’s competency as evidenced by the entry of passing test scores in CSTIMS, as provided in 49 CFR 383.79. The ability of a CDL Third Party Examiner to access CSTIMS demonstrates that the Examiner has been approved to administer CDL skills tests by the driver licensing agency in that state.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.070, 807.072, 807.080
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0280

Military Skills Waiver

DMV may waive the CDL skills test for an applicant for a Class A or B CDL if the applicant has military experience driving a Class A or B CMV and meets the following requirements:

(1) The applicant holds or is eligible for an Oregon Class C driver license;

(2) The applicant submits a completed Application for Military Skills Waiver, including the Commanding Officer’s certification of commercial driving experience, showing the applicant meets the conditions for a waiver of skills testing set forth in 49 CFR 383.77; and

(3) DMV determines, based on documentary evidence submitted by the applicant or any military department or agency of the United States Department of Defense that:

(a) The class of CMV operated by the applicant in the military is equivalent to the class of CDL for which the applicant is applying; and

(b) The applicant’s primary duty while serving in the military was operation of a CMV and included operation of a CMV on public roadways.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.070, 807.072
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0290

Requirements for Issuance and Retention of a Hazardous Materials Endorsement

(1) To obtain, retain or renew a CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement, a person must be qualified. To qualify for a hazardous materials endorsement a person must:

(a) Qualify for commercial driving privileges or have a valid Oregon CDL.

(b) Pass a hazardous materials endorsement knowledge test for an original endorsement or a renewal.

(c) Pass a security threat assessment (security check) from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in accordance with 49 CFR Part 1572, including receipt by DMV of a notice from TSA showing the person does not pose a security threat. A person must pass a TSA security check:

(A) Within four years and nine months prior to the date DMV issues an original hazardous materials endorsement;

(B) At intervals of not more than five years from the date of the person’s most recent TSA security check; and

(C) Any other time required by DMV.

(d) Pay all required fees, which include, but may not be limited to, any applicable issuance fee and hazardous materials knowledge test fee.

(2) A person is no longer qualified for a hazardous materials endorsement if:

(a) DMV receives a notice of threat assessment from TSA requiring cancellation of the hazardous materials endorsement;

(b) DMV receives notice from TSA indicating the person did not pass the security threat assessment; or

(c) The person fails to complete and pass a TSA security check as described in section (1) of this rule.

(3) If DMV determines a person is no longer qualified for a hazardous materials endorsement under this rule, DMV will cancel the person’s commercial driving privileges. Upon cancellation the person must immediately surrender to DMV the CDL showing the hazardous materials endorsement. If the person otherwise qualifies and pays a replacement fee, DMV will issue a CDL without a hazardous materials endorsement or a class C non-commercial driver license.

(4) The person may request an administrative review of the cancellation of the person’s CDL. The issues for the administrative review are limited to whether:

(a) When required, the person completed and passed a TSA security check as described in section (1) of this rule.

(b) DMV received a notice from TSA showing the person does not qualify for a hazardous materials endorsement.

(c) The person is the same person named on the notice.

(5) An applicant for an Oregon CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement who presents a valid CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement issued by another state must still qualify for an original hazardous materials endorsement as set forth in section (1) of this rule.

(6) If the person passes a TSA security check within one year from the date the person’s CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement was canceled under section (2) of this rule and otherwise qualifies for the CDL and endorsement, DMV will reissue the CDL with a hazardous materials endorsement after payment of a replacement fee. If the cancellation has been in effect for more than one year, the person must reapply for the hazardous materials endorsement as an original endorsement and must take all required tests, pay all required fees and pass the required TSA security check.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 807.173
Other Auth.: 49 USC sec. 5103a
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.170, 807.173, 807.350, 809.310
Hist.: DMV 3-2005, f. 1-20-05, cert. ef. 1-31-05; DMV 13-2005, f. 5-19-05, cert. ef. 5-31-05; DMV 18-2005(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-18-05 thru 2-13-06; DMV 26-2005, f. & cert. ef. 12-14-05; DMV 7-2006(Temp), f. 7-31-06, cert. ef. 8-1-06 thru 1-27-07; DMV 8-2006, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-06; DMV 24-2009, f. 12-22-09, cert. ef. 1-1-10; Renumbered from 735-062-0190, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0300

Restrictions on CDL or CLP

DMV will impose specific restrictions of driving privileges that will appear on a driver’s record and on a CDL or a CLP as follows:

(1) L — No CMV with air brake. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV equipped with brakes that operate solely or partially by air pressure. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL or CLP if an applicant has not passed or fails the air brake knowledge test or takes the CDL skills test in a vehicle not equipped with air brakes.

(2) Z — No full air brake CMV. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV equipped with brakes that operate solely by air pressure. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL if the applicant takes the skills test in a vehicle equipped with air over hydraulic brakes.

(3) E — Automatic transmission CMV. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV that is equipped with a manual transmission. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL if the applicant takes the skills test in a vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission.

(4) O — No tractor trailer. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV in combination with any other vehicle using a fifth wheel hitch between the power unit and the first towed unit. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL if the applicant takes the skills test in a combination vehicle for a Class A CDL with the power unit and towed unit connected with a pintle hook or other non-fifth wheel connection.

(5) K — CMV intrastate only. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV for purposes of interstate commerce. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL or CLP if the driver is between 18 and 21 years of age, if the person fails to meet the medical qualification needed to operate interstate but has been issued an Oregon Waiver of Physical Disqualification, or if the person certifies to a driving type of non-excepted intrastate.

(6) M — No A passenger CMV. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a passenger vehicle requiring a Class A CDL. DMV will place this restriction on a CLP if the applicant has a Class B CLP with a passenger endorsement. DMV will place this restriction on a Class A or B CDL if an applicant takes the skills test in a Class B passenger vehicle.

(7) N — No A or B passenger CMV. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a passenger vehicle requiring a Class A or Class B CDL. DMV will place this restriction on a CLP if the applicant has a Class C CLP with a passenger endorsement. DMV will place this restriction on any CDL if an applicant takes the skills test in a Class C passenger vehicle.

(8) V — Federal medical variance. DMV will place this restriction on a CDL or CLP if the applicant has a notice of exemption or SPE certificate issued by FMSCA as described in OAR 735-063-0060(1).

(9) P — No passenger in CMV bus. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a CMV carrying passengers, other than federal or state auditors and inspectors, test examiners, other trainees and the CDL holder accompanying the CLP holder. DMV will place this restriction on a CLP when the CLP has a passenger endorsement.

(10) X — No cargo in tank CMV. This restriction prohibits the driver from operating a tank vehicle with cargo. DMV will place this restriction on a CLP when the CLP has a tank endorsement.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 807.120
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.120
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0310

Transfer of Driver Records from Other Jurisdictions

When the driving record from another jurisdiction becomes part of a person’s Oregon driving record under ORS 802.200(9)(e) any convictions from the other jurisdiction’s driving record will be transferred to the person’s Oregon driving record using the AAMVAnet Code Dictionary (ACD) code.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.200, 802.210, 802.540, 807.040, 807.045, 807.050, 807.060, 807.070, 807.150, 807.170 & 809.310
Stats. Implemented: ORS 802.200
Hist.: MV 6-1990, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-90; MV 14-1992, f. & cert. ef. 10-16-92; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-060-0017; Renumbered from 735-062-0210, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0320

Report of Positive Drug Test Result from Medical Review Officer

(1) A report submitted by a medical review officer under ORS 825.410 or 825.415 must include a Report of Positive Drug Test Under ORS 825.410 or 825.415 (DMV form 735-7200) and:

(a) A legible copy of a completed Federal Custody and Control Form, Copy 2 — Medical Review Officer Copy; or

(b) Either an original or legible copy of a document that contains, at a minimum, the following information:

(A) Full name of the person tested;

(B) Specimen ID number;

(C) Place of Specimen Collection;

(D) Date of Specimen Collection;

(E) Collector’s name;

(F) Whether a split specimen was collected;

(G) The signature of the person tested, certifying that: he or she provided an unadulterated specimen to the collector; the specimen bottle was sealed with a tamper evident seal in the person’s presence; and the information on the label affixed to the specimen bottle was correct;

(H) The date the medical review officer verified the test result; and

(I) Signature of the medical review officer.

(2) DMV will send notice as required by ORS 825.412 or 825.418 when a report as described in section (1) of this rule is received by the agency.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619 & 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 825.410, 825.412, 825.415 & 825.418
Hist.: MV 6-1990, f. & cert. ef. 4-2-90; MV 14-1992, f. & cert. ef. 10-16-92; DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-070-0185; Renumbered from 735-062-0185, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0330

Hearing Request for Entry of Positive Drug Test Result on Employment Driving Record

(1) When DMV receives a report described in OAR 735-063-0320, DMV will notify the person who is the subject of the report that the person has a right to request a hearing to determine whether a positive drug test result will be placed on the person’s employment driving record.

(2) A hearing request must be in writing and must include:

(a) The person’s full name;

(b) The person’s complete mailing address;

(c) The person’s Oregon driver license number; and

(d) A brief statement of the issues the person proposes to raise at the hearing. The issues are limited to those set forth in ORS 825.412(3) or 825.418(3).

(3) The hearing request must be postmarked within 30 days of the date of the notice. If the hearing request is not postmarked or a postmark date cannot be determined, it must be received by DMV within 30 days of the date of the notice. The time period for requesting a hearing is computed as set forth in OAR 137-003-0520(11).

(4) A person may submit a hearing request by mail or personal delivery to DMV Headquarters, 1905 Lana Avenue NE, Salem, OR 97314. If the person submits a hearing request by facsimile machine (FAX), it must be received by DMV at FAX number (503) 945-5521. A person may submit a hearing request through the form available on www.OregonDMV.com.

(5) A hearing request may also include:

(a) The person’s date of birth;

(b) The telephone number where the person can be reached between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.; and

(c) The dates and times the person or the person’s attorney cannot appear at a hearing.

(6) Except for good cause shown any factual or legal defense not set forth in the hearing request is considered waived. No evidence offered by a person who requests a hearing will be admitted into the hearing record on any factual or legal defense that is waived.

(7) If good cause is shown under section (6) of this rule, the administrative law judge must provide DMV sufficient opportunity to obtain and present any evidence in the contested case hearing deemed necessary by DMV to respond to evidence offered by the person on any factual or legal defense.

(8) Except as provided in OAR 137-003-0528, the person’s right to a hearing is waived if a hearing is not requested within the time period specified in section (3) of this rule and the notice becomes the final order by default. The test results will be posted to the person’s employment driving record.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619 & 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 825.410, 825.412, 824.415 & 825. 418
DMV 16-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-18-03, Renumbered from 735-060-0017; Renumbered from 735-070-0190, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0340

Cancellation or Suspension of Commercial Driving Privileges Due to No Valid Proof of Medical Qualification or Failure to Have Restriction on the CDL or CLP when Required

(1) DMV will cancel a person’s commercial driving privileges if any proof of medical qualification, as described in OAR 735-063-0220, is denied, expired, rescinded, voided or revoked.

(2) DMV will cancel a person’s commercial driving privileges if proof of medical qualification, as described in OAR 735-063-0220, is not submitted when requested by DMV. Such requests will be made only when DMV does not already have proof of medical qualification.

(3) When a person’s commercial driving privileges have been cancelled under section (1) or (2) of this rule, DMV will restore the person’s commercial driving privileges if the person submits proof of medical qualification as described in OAR 735-063-0220.

(4) Failure of a person to obtain the “V” restriction as required by OAR 735-063-0300(8) within the time period specified by DMV will result in cancellation of the person’s commercial driving privileges in accordance with ORS 807.010(1) and 809.310(1).

(5) Failure of a person to obtain the “K” restriction as required by OAR 735-063-0300(5) within the time period specified by DMV will result in cancellation of the person’s commercial driving privileges in accordance with ORS 807.010(1) and 809.310(1).

(5) DMV will suspend, for one year, a person’s commercial driving privileges and the person’s right to apply for commercial driving privileges if DMV determines that the person submitted false information to DMV for the purpose of establishing or maintaining qualification to operate a CMV; or hold a CDL or a CLP.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 807.040, 807.100, 809.415
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040, 807.100, 809.415
Hist.: DMV 1-2012, f. 1-27-12, cert. ef. 1-30-12; DMV 12-2012, f. & cert. ef. 9-20-12; Renumbered from 735-063-0067, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0350

Denial or Revocation of an Oregon Waiver of Physical Disqualification

(1) A holder of a Waiver of Physical Disqualification who violates any of the requirements set forth in OAR 735-063-0240(9), in addition to any other actions authorized by law, will be subject to revocation of the waiver for up to 180 days upon DMV’s determination of the driver’s second violation of waiver conditions within the preceding 12 months.

(2) DMV will deny or revoke a Waiver of Physical Disqualification if DMV determines that the applicant or waiver holder does not qualify for the waiver under the requirements set forth in OAR 735-063-0240(8).

(3) DMV will deny or revoke a Waiver of Physical Disqualification if the waiver holder fails to provide information requested under 735-063-0240(7) within the required 60 day time period.

(4) DMV will deny or revoke a Waiver of Physical Disqualification if, as a result of a review conducted under 735-063-0240(6), DMV determines the person no longer qualifies for the waiver.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 807.040, 807.150
Hist.: MCTB 4-2000, f. & cert. ef. 6-12-00; MCTB 4-2001, f. & cert. ef. 11-9-01; Renumbered from 740-300-0140, DMV 9-2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-17-07 thru 3-14-08; Renumbered from 740-300-0140, DMV 9-2008, f. & cert. ef. 3-21-08; DMV 4-2009, f. & cert. ef. 2-20-09; DMV 8-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-17-10; Renumbered from 735-063-0075, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0360

Serious Traffic Violations

ORS 809.525 sets forth the suspension of commercial driving privileges based on the accumulation of convictions of serious traffic violations. Offenses from other states are posted to an Oregon driver record using an AAMVAnet Code Dictionary (ACD) code. Therefore, offenses are shown below with the applicable Oregon statute and the corresponding ACD code(s). DMV designates the following offenses serious traffic violations:

(1) A violation, while operating a motor vehicle and a holder of commercial driving privileges, of:

(a) Reckless driving — ORS 811.140, ACD code M84;

(b) Any law establishing a speed limit, if the person is operating the motor vehicle 30 miles per hour or more above the posted limit and a court orders a suspension under ORS 811.109; or

(c) Any law establishing a speed limit, if the person is operating the motor vehicle at a speed of 100 miles per hour or greater, ORS 811.109.

(2) A violation, while operating a CMV, of:

(a) Any law establishing a speed limit, if the person is operating the CMV 15 miles per hour more above the posted limit — ORS 811.111, ACD codes S15, S16, S21, S26, S31, S36, S41, S71, S81, S91, S92.

(b) The basic speed rule established in ORS 811.100 if the person is operating the CMV 15 miles per hour or more above the speed established in ORS 811.105 as prima facie evidence of violating of the basic speed rule.

(c) Operating a CMV without driving privileges — ORS 807.010(1), ACD code B56.

(d) Failure to carry or present to a police officer proof of commercial driving privileges - ORS 807.570, ACD code B57.

(e) Reckless driving — ORS 811.140, ACD code M84.

(f) Driving on the left on a curve or grade or at an intersection or rail crossing - ORS 811.305, ACD code M42.

(g) Failure to drive within a lane — ORS 811.370, ACD code M42.

(h) Unsafe passing on the left — ORS 811.410, ACD code M42.

(i) Unsafe passing on the right — ORS 811.415, ACD code M42.

(j) Following too closely — ORS 811.485, ACD code M34.

(k) Operating motor vehicle while using a mobile communication device — ORS 811.507, ACD codes M85, M86.

(L) Any law relating to motor vehicle traffic control if the violation is connected to a fatal accident — ACD code U31. Motor vehicle traffic control violations as used in this subsection are those listed in ORS 809.600(1) and OAR 735-064-0220, and include city traffic offenses and offenses under federal law or the laws of another state as set forth in ORS 809.600(4). This subsection does not apply to violations of parking laws or laws regulating vehicle weight or equipment.

(m) Operating a CMV without proper classification or endorsement — ORS 807.010, ACD code B91.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 809.525
Other Auth.: 49 CFR ?383.51
Stats. Implemented: ORS 809.525
Hist.: DMV 5-2015, f. 6-19-15, cert. ef. 7-8-15; Renumbered from 735-063-0130, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0370

Effect of Suspension, Cancellation or Revocation on Commercial Driving Privileges

(1) Oregon Class C non-commercial driving privileges are the base privileges upon which commercial driving privileges are added. A person who has a valid Oregon CLP or CDL also has valid Oregon Class C non-commercial privileges.

(2) Any suspension, cancellation or revocation of the person’s Class C non-commercial privileges is also a suspension, cancellation or revocation of the person’s commercial driving privileges.

(3) If a person is subject to a period of suspension of commercial driving privileges in addition to a suspension of the Class C non-commercial privileges, DMV will notify the person of the proposed suspension of commercial driving privileges in a separate notice. This section does not apply to a proposed suspension under Oregon’s Implied Consent Laws, ORS 813.095 – 813.136.

(4) If the person is subject to a suspension, cancellation or revocation of the person’s commercial driving privileges only, DMV will notify the person that the sanction applies only to the person’s commercial driving privileges. If a consecutive suspension is required under Oregon law, the notice will inform the person of the effective dates of the consecutive suspension.

(5) A person whose commercial driving privileges are suspended, cancelled or revoked but whose Class C non-commercial driving privileges are valid may downgrade the person’s commercial driving privileges, surrender the CDL, and obtain a Class C non-commercial license. A person who downgrades the commercial driving privileges granted by a CDL may regain the downgraded privileges, without retesting, within three years after the privileges are downgraded or within three years after the effective date of the earliest suspension or cancellation of commercial driving privileges that was in effect at the time of downgrade, whichever is earlier. This ability to regain surrendered commercial driving privileges is conditioned upon meeting all requirements for issuance of a CDL, other than testing, and does not apply to a CLP.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010
Stats. Implemented: ORS 809.360, 809.380, 809.430, 809.510 – 809.540
Hist.: DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

735-063-0380

Reinstatement of CDL Disqualification

(1) To be eligible to apply under ORS 809.520(3) for reinstatement of a lifetime suspension of commercial driving privileges imposed by DMV under ORS 809.520(2), the person must:

(a) Meet all requirements for issuance of a CDL or CLP;

(b) Provide any information requested sufficient for DMV to find there is good cause for reinstatement; and

(c) Successfully complete rehabilitation as approved by DMV and provide proof of such completion.

(3) In determining whether good cause for reinstatement has been shown, DMV will consider the person’s driving record for the 10 years preceding the date of application for reinstatement. DMV will not reinstate commercial driving privileges if any of the following appear on the person’s driving record in this state or in any other jurisdiction:

(a) A conviction for an offense involving the operation of a CMV.

(b) A conviction for any offense listed in ORS 809.510.

(c) A conviction for the offense described in ORS 809.520(1).

(d) A conviction for any offenses listed in OAR 735-063-0260.

(e) A conviction for reckless endangering a highway worker in any vehicle.

(f) A suspension of driving privileges under the Driver Improvement Program or a similar program in another jurisdiction appears on the person’s driving record within the three years preceding the date of application for reinstatement.

(4) The following courses are approved by DMV as meeting the rehabilitation requirement:

(a) National Safety Council, DDC Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving; and

(b) National Safety Council, DDC Professional Truck Drivers.

(5) If a required course listed in section (4) of this rule is not available in Oregon, DMV will accept proof the person has successfully completed the on-line version of the course. If a required course is not available in Oregon and there is no on-line version available, DMV may accept proof of successful completion of an equivalent rehabilitation course or program.

Stat. Auth.: ORS 184.616, 184.619, 802.010, 809.520
Stats. Implemented: ORS 809.520
Hist.: DMV 15-2006, f. 10-13-06, cert. ef. 11-1-06; Renumbered from 735-070-0200, DMV 5-2015, f. 6-19-15, cert. ef. 7-8-15; Renumbered from 735-063-0180, DMV 4-2016, f. 9-22-16, cert. ef. 9-26-16

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