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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIISubchapter BPart 384


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 384—STATE COMPLIANCE WITH COMMERCIAL DRIVER'S LICENSE PROGRAM

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§384.101
Purpose and scope.
§384.103
Applicability.
§384.105
Definitions.
§384.107
Matter incorporated by reference.
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Subpart B—MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE BY STATES

§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.
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Subpart C—PROCEDURES FOR DETERMINING STATE COMPLIANCE

§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.
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Subpart D—CONSEQUENCES OF STATE NONCOMPLIANCE

§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.


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