PERMANENT RULESDEPARTMENT OF LICENSING
Filed April 28, 2003,
Date of Adoption: April 28, 2003.
Purpose: Amends WAC 308-100-090 to clarify requirements
for applicants and holders of commercial motor vehicle (CMV)
instruction permits. Amends WAC 308-100-180 to adjust the
maximum amount that a third-party tester can charge for
conducting commercial driver's license examinations.
Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 308-100-090 and 308-100-180.
Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 46.01.110,
Adopted under notice filed as WSR 03-07-097
on March 19,
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Effective Date of Rule:
Thirty-one days after filing.
April 28, 2003
Denise M. Movius
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending Order 108 MV, filed 9/14/71)
Commercial motor vehicle instruction
Any licensed driver may, upon filing
an appropriate application along with the required fee,
receive a motorcycle instruction permit. Such instruction
permit shall entitle the holder thereof to operate a
motorcycle upon the public highways only under the direct
visual supervision of a person who has a motorcycle
endorsement upon his license. In no event shall such
instruction permit be construed to authorize any person other
than the permit holder to ride upon a motorcycle while it is
being operated under an instruction permit)). Any person who
is at least eighteen years of age and who meets the
requirements of RCW 46.25.060(4) may apply to the department
for an instruction permit for the operation of a commercial
motor vehicle. When operating a commercial motor vehicle on a
highway, the instruction permit holder must be accompanied by
the holder of a commercial driver's license valid for the
vehicle being driven, with no less than two years of driving
experience with the class of commercial motor vehicle being
operated, and no less than five years of total driving
experience. The holder of the commercial driver's license
must occupy the seat beside the individual for the purpose of
giving instruction in driving the commercial motor vehicle.
[Order 108 MV, § 308-100-090, filed 9/14/71.]
AMENDATORY SECTION(Amending [WSR 89-18-003], filed 8/24/89)
Third party testing fee.
provided in WAC 308-100-190 (Requirements for exceeding base
fee), the base fee for each classified skill examination or
combination of skill examinations conducted by a third party
tester shall not be more than ((
fifty)) seventy-five dollars. The base fee shall apply only to the conducting of the
examination, and is separate from any additional fees, such as
vehicle use fees, which may be charged by the third party
tester. Any additional fees to be charged shall be reported
to the department.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 46.01.110 and 1989 c 178 §§ 3, 5, 8
and 16. 89-18-003, § 308-100-180, filed 8/24/89, effective
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