§ 20-37.13A. Medical qualifications standards; waiver for intrastate drivers.
(a) Medical Qualifications Standards Applicable to Commercial Drivers. -
All commercial drivers license holders and applicants for commercial drivers licenses must meet the medical qualifications standards set forth in 49 C.F.R. § 391.41.
(b) Intrastate Medical Waiver. - Any person unable to meet the standards in 49 C.F.R. § 391.41, as adopted by the Division, may apply for a medical waiver that, if approved, will authorize intrastate operation of a commercial motor vehicle. Applications for the medical waiver must be submitted to the Division in writing. Waivers may be granted for no more than two years.
(c) Intrastate Operation Subject to Waiver. - Any person granted an intrastate commercial drivers license medical waiver is permitted to maintain a commercial drivers license and operate a commercial motor vehicle in intrastate commerce subject to the following conditions:
(1) The commercial drivers license must display a restriction to signify it is only valid for intrastate operation.
(2) The holder of the license must submit to medical recertification at intervals set by the Division.
(3) The holder of the license must timely submit all documentation required by the Division.
(4) Failure to meet any condition within the time period allowed will result in an automatic downgrade of the license holder's commercial drivers license to a Class C regular drivers license. (2016-90, s. 6(e).)