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11.11.12.00.htm 11.11.12.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 11 MOTOR VEHICLE ADMINISTRATION ― ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES Chapter 12 Commercial Driver's License Disqualification and Cancellation Authority: Transportation Article, §12-104(b) 16-208.1, 16-808, 16-812, and 16-820, Annotated Code of Maryland; 49 CFR §383.51, 383.52, 384.208, and 384.210
11.11.12.01.htm 11.11.12.01. 01 Purpose.. The purpose of this chapter is to establish:. A. Procedures for the disqualification of commercial vehicle driving privileges for convictions of certain offenses determined by State and federal law as serious violations;B. The period of disqualification for serious violations under this chapter;. C. Procedures for an emergency disqualification;. D. Conditions for reinstatement and denial of a lifetime disqualification; and. E. Requirements to comply
11.11.12.02.htm 11.11.12.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Administration" means the Motor Vehicle Administration.. 2) “Cancel” has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, §11-107, Annotated Code of Maryland.. 3) "Commercial driver's license" has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, §11-109, Annotated Code of Maryland.4) "Commercial motor vehicle" has the meaning stated in Transportation Article, §16-803, Annotated C
11.11.12.03.htm 11.11.12.03. 03 Disqualification for Serious Traffic Violations.. A. A driver or holder of a commercial driver's license shall be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for a period of 60 days for a second conviction of any combination of serious traffic violations incurred in a separate incident within a 3-year period while operating a:1) Commercial motor vehicle; or. 2) Noncommercial motor vehicle if the conviction results in the revocation, cancellation, refusal, o
11.11.12.04.htm 11.11.12.04. 04 Disqualification for Major Traffic Violations.. A driver or holder of a commercial driver's license shall be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for a major traffic violation for 1 year, 3 years, or for life as specified in 49 CFR §383.51(b)
11.11.12.05.htm 11.11.12.05. 05 Emergency Disqualification.. A. On notification from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration that a driver has been determined to constitute an imminent hazard and has been disqualified pursuant to 49 CFR §383.52, the Administration shall enter the disqualification on the driver's record.B. A driver who is simultaneously disqualified under 49 CFR §383.52 and under the provisions of any other federal regulation or State law or regulation shall serve those disqu
11.11.12.06.htm 11.11.12.06. 06 Lifetime Disqualification Reinstatement.. A. An individual with a lifetime disqualification may request reinstatement of the individual's commercial driving privilege if:1) A 10-year disqualification period has expired from the date of the lifetime disqualification;. 2) The individual has voluntarily entered and successfully completed the approved rehabilitation program or programs required by the Administration;
11.11.12.07.htm 11.11.12.07. 07 Licensing Limitations.. A. The Administration may not issue any type of temporary, conditional, or work restricted license permitting an individual to drive a commercial motor vehicle during any period in which the individual's driving privilege is disqualified, refused, cancelled, suspended, or revoked in this or any other state in accordance with Transportation Article, §16-808, Annotated Code of Maryland, and 49 CFR §384.210.B. An applicant for a commercial driver's license
11.11.12.08.htm 11.11.12.08. 08 Notification of Disqualification.. A. After disqualifying a nonresident driver from operating a commercial motor vehicle, the Administration shall notify the licensing authority of the state that issued the commercial driver's license. The notice of disqualification shall:1) Be sent within 10 days of the disqualification; and. 2) Include the violation that resulted in the disqualification.. B. Upon notification from a licensing authority from another state that a M
11.11.12.09.htm 11.11.12.09. 09 Cancellation for Failure to Submit Current Medical Certification.. A. If a commercial driver’s license holder fails to submit their medical certification as required under 49 CFR §391.43 and 391.45, the Administration shall cancel the commercial driver’s license privilege of the holder.B. The Administration may immediately reinstate the noncommercial Class C privilege of the driver in accordance with Transportation Article, §16-812(o) Annotated Code of Maryland.
11.11.12.9999.htm 11.11.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: September 30, 2005 (32:19 Md. R. 1588). Regulation .02B amended effective October 10, 2016 (43:20 Md. R. 1110). Regulation .07 adopted effective April 9, 2007 (34:7 Md. R. 699). Regulation .07 amended effective April 19, 2010 (37:8 Md. R. 617). Regulation .08 adopted effective November 3, 2008 (35:22 Md. R. 1958). Regulation .09 adopted effective October 10, 2016 (43:20 Md. R. 1110).
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