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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 17. Commercial Driver Training Schools
- Section 41. Regulations.
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AS 28.17.041. Regulations.
- (a) The commissioner of administration shall adopt regulations necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter, and
may call upon the commissioner of education and early development for assistance in formulating these regulations.
- (b) Regulations adopted under this section must state the requirements for a school license, including requirements
concerning manner and form of application, location, place of business, facilities, records, equipment, courses and
standards of instruction, instructors, previous records of the school and instructors, financial statements, schedule
of fees and charges, character and reputation of the operators and instructors, vehicle equipment and condition,
inspection during reasonable business hours, insurance or bonds in the sum and with the provisions the commissioner
considers necessary, and other matters the commissioner may prescribe for the protection of the public. Regulations
regarding courses and standards of instruction for
- (1) noncommercial motor vehicles must be consistent with standards adopted by the commissioner; and
- (2) commercial motor vehicles must meet or exceed the model curriculum for training tractor-trailer drivers adopted by the
United States Department of Transportation.
- (c) Regulations adopted under this section must state the requirements for an instructor's license, including requirements
concerning manner and form of application, moral character, reputation, physical condition, knowledge of the courses of
instruction and traffic laws and safety principles and practices, driving record, driving ability, previous personal
and employment record, and other matters the commissioner may prescribe for the protection of the public.
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