40 Tex. Admin. Code § 807.325 - Prohibited Activities Regarding Truck Driver Training

Current through Reg. 46, No. 53; December 31, 2021

(a) A school, a trainer of truck driver instructors, or a truck driver instructor shall not:
(1) allow an instructor to give instruction or allow a student to secure instruction in the classroom or in a motor vehicle if that instructor or student is using or exhibits any evidence or effect of an alcoholic beverage, controlled substance, or other such impairment;
(2) permit a student to operate a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license or instruction permit in the student's possession during behind-the-wheel instruction;
(3) permit more than a ratio of four students per vehicle and three vehicles per instructor on truck driving ranges;
(4) permit more than four students per vehicle per instructor during street instruction for truck driver training; or
(5) advertise or otherwise state or imply that a driver's license or permit is guaranteed or assured to any student or individual who may take or complete any instruction or course of instruction, enroll, or otherwise receive instruction in any truck driver training school.
(b) The Commission may suspend, revoke, or refuse to renew approval of a truck driver instructor or a trainer of truck driver instructors, upon determining that the applicant or instructor has been:
(1) convicted under the laws of this state, another state, or the United States of any felony; of an offense of criminally negligent homicide committed as a result of the person's operation of a motor vehicle; of an offense involving driving while intoxicated or under the influence; or of an offense involving tampering with a governmental record; or
(2) found incompetent or is incompetent to:
(A) safely operate a motor vehicle; or
(B) properly conduct classroom or behind-the-wheel instruction.

Notes

40 Tex. Admin. Code § 807.325
The provisions of this §807.325 adopted to be effective August 28, 2006, 31 TexReg 6803

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