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Record of Violations

Violations

§ 384.225 Record of violations.

The State must:

(a) CDL holders. Record and maintain as part of the driver history all convictions, disqualifications and other licensing actions for violations of any State or local law relating to motor vehicle traffic control (other than a parking violation) committed in any type of vehicle.

(b) A person required to have a CDL. Record and maintain as part of the driver history all convictions, disqualifications and other licensing actions for violations of any State or local law relating to motor vehicle traffic control (other than a parking violation) committed while the driver was operating a CMV.

(c) Make driver history information required by this section available to the users designated in paragraph (e) of this section, or to their authorized agent, within 10 days of:

(c)(1) Receiving the conviction or disqualification information from another State; or

(c)(2) The date of the conviction, if it occurred in the same State.

(d) Retain on the driver history record all convictions, disqualifications and other licensing actions for violations for at least 3 years or longer as required under § 384.231(d) .

(e) Only the following users or their authorized agents may receive the designated information:

(e)(1) States — All information on all driver records.

(e)(2) Secretary of Transportation — All information on all driver records.

(e)(3) Driver — Only information related to that driver’s record.

(e)(4) Motor Carrier or Prospective Motor Carrier — After notification to a driver, all information related to that driver’s, or prospective driver’s, record.

 

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