- • issuance
- • suspension or revocation
- • duration
- • fee
- • rules
(1) A person who holds a valid, current driver training instructor certificate issued under this section is not subject to the prohibitions or penalties under ORS 822.525 (Acting as driver training instructor without certificate).
(2) The Department of Transportation shall adopt rules to provide for the issuance of driver training instructor certificates under this section. Rules adopted by the department under this section shall provide for all of the following:
(a) Requirements for driver training instructor certificate including requirements concerning manner and form of application, moral character, physical condition, knowledge of the courses of instruction, traffic laws, safety principles and practices, driving record, driving ability and previous personal and employment record.
(b) Any other matters the department may prescribe for the protection of the public.
(3) The department may refuse to issue or renew or may suspend or revoke any certificate issued under this section in any case where the department finds that the applicant or certificate holder has violated or failed to comply with any rules adopted under this section.
(4) Driver training certificates issued under this section are subject to the following:
(a) A certificate shall expire on the last day of each calendar year.
(b) The department shall not issue a certificate to a person until the fee for issuance of the certificate under ORS 822.700 (Certification fees) is paid.
(c) The department shall not renew a certificate until the fee for renewal of the certificate under ORS 822.700 (Certification fees) has been paid.
(d) A fee for a certificate may not be refunded in the event any certificate is refused, suspended or revoked. [1983 c.338 §832; 1985 c.598 §12]
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