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TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER III—FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER B—FEDERAL MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY REGULATIONS

PART 383—COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE STANDARDS; REQUIREMENTS AND PENALTIES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§383.1
Purpose and scope.
§383.3
Applicability.
§383.5
Definitions.
§383.7
Validity of CDL issued by decertified State.
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Subpart B—SINGLE LICENSE REQUIREMENT

§383.21
Number of drivers' licenses.
§383.23
Commercial driver's license.
§383.25
Commercial learner's permit (CLP).
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Subpart C—NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES

§383.31
Notification of convictions for driver violations.
§383.33
Notification of driver's license suspensions.
§383.35
Notification of previous employment.
§383.37
Employer responsibilities.
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Subpart D—DRIVER DISQUALIFICATIONS AND PENALTIES

§383.51
Disqualification of drivers.
§383.52
Disqualification of drivers determined to constitute an imminent hazard.
§383.53
Penalties.
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Subpart E—TESTING AND LICENSING PROCEDURES

§383.71
Driver application and certification procedures.
§383.72
Implied consent to alcohol testing.
§383.73
State procedures.
§383.75
Third party testing.
§383.77
Substitute for driving skills tests for drivers with military CMV experience.
§383.79
Skills testing of out-of-State students.
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Subpart F—VEHICLE GROUPS AND ENDORSEMENTS

§383.91
Commercial motor vehicle groups.
§383.93
Endorsements.
§383.95
Restrictions.
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Subpart G—REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS

§383.110
General requirement.
§383.111
Required knowledge.
§383.113
Required skills.
§383.115
Requirements for double/triple trailers endorsement.
§383.117
Requirements for passenger endorsement.
§383.119
Requirements for tank vehicle endorsement.
§383.121
Requirements for hazardous materials endorsement.
§383.123
Requirements for a school bus endorsement.
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Subpart H—TESTS

§383.131
Test manuals.
§383.133
Test methods.
§383.135
Passing knowledge and skills tests.
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Subpart I—REQUIREMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION APPROVAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ENDORSEMENT ISSUANCES

§383.141
General.
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Subpart J—COMMERCIAL LEARNER'S PERMIT AND COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE DOCUMENTS

§383.151
General.
§383.153
Information on the CLP and CDL documents and applications.
§383.155
Tamperproofing requirements.


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