19A NCAC 03B .0620      GROUNDS FOR REVOCATION OR DENIAL/CERT. OF A CO./LICENSING OF A SCHOOL

(a)  A company certification may be suspended or denied for the following reasons:

(1)           Company has no employees (cannot certify yourself);

(2)           Company has no training program or no driver selection program;

(3)           Company refuses to maintain or fails to submit proper records required by the Division;

(4)           Company refuses to permit an authorized representative of the Division to conduct inspection of equipment or records;

(5)           Company allows unauthorized personnel to conduct road tests;

(6)           Company not engaged in a business in which the transportation of persons or property is an essential part of its operation;

(7)           Company does not own, lease or rent equipment, for its own use, that requires either a Class "A" or "B" license;

(8)           Company allows employee or school allows student to be certified knowing the driver is not qualified to operate vehicle requiring either Class "A" or "B" license;

(9)           Company allows driver not employed by the company to be certified;

(10)         Company fails to report termination or transfer of employee within the required 15 days.

(b)  A school license may be suspended or denied for the following reasons:

(1)           School refuses to maintain or fails to submit proper records required by the Division;

(2)           School refuses to permit an authorized representative of the Division to conduct inspection of equipment or records;

(3)           School allows unauthorized personnel to conduct road tests;

(4)           School does not own, lease or rent equipment, for its own use, that required either a Class "A" or "B" license;

(5)           School allows person not enrolled as student to be certified;

(6)           School fails to report termination or transfer of employee within the required 15 days.

 

History Note:        Authority G.S. 20‑7; 20-321; S.L. 1979, Ch. 667, s. 40;

Eff. July 1, 1982;

Amended Eff. January 1, 1994.