Permits issued by
the Department of Public Safety and designations as emergency vehicle may be
revoked for just cause by the Department. The holder of a permit will be given
ten days notice of intention to revoke. Revocation will become effective on the
tenth day unless a written request for a hearing is received by the
Commissioner within ten days of such notice. The hearing and procedures for
revocation of permits will be in accordance with Rule
Just cause for revocation of emergency
vehicle designations and flashing light permits shall include, but not be
(a) Improper use.
(b) Failure to remove decal upon change of
use or ownership.
inaccurate, or improper application.
(d) Use of flashing or revolving lights when
not involved in emergency operations.
(e) Any violation of law or unsafe conduct
with respect to a flashing or revolving light.
(f) Use of emergency lights for purpose other
than stated on application and statement of use.
Ga. Comp. R.
& Regs. R. 570-11-.08
Ga. L. 1977; Act
Original Rule entitled
"Effective Date" was filed on September 14,
1972; effective January 1, 1973, as specified by the Agency.
Emergency Rule 570-11-0.1 entitled "Emergency Rule Suspending
Enforcement of Chapter 570-11" was filed on January 9,
1973; effective January 1, 1973 for 120 days or until the adoption of a permanent Rule
superseding said Emergency Rule, as specified by the Agency.
Permanent Rule entitled "Refusals to Grant Permits and Designations"
adopted. Filed May 24, 1973; effective
June 13, 1973.
Rule repealed and a new Rule entitled "Change of Use of Ownership"
adopted. Filed November 29, 1973;
effective January 1, 1974, as
specified by the Agency.
Rule repealed and a new Rule entitled "Revocation" adopted. Filed
June 8, 1977; effective
June 28, 1977.
F. Dec. 19, 2012; eff.
Jan. 8, 2013.