Violations of law that are subject to criminal prosecution or to penalties established pursuant to 23 V.S.A. Chapter 24 are not addressed by this rule.
A. Each insurance company or authorized representative issuing a policy insuring against liability arising out of the ownership, maintenance or use of any motor vehicle which is delivered or issued for deliver in this state shall, at the time of delivery of the policy, issue insurance identification cards to the named insured.
B. Cards shall meet the following specifications:
1. Size of the card may vary from 3″ x 2 ½″ to 5 ½″ x 3 ¾″.
2. The card shall be a one-part form on at least 20 pound white paper stock.
The designation by the Commissioner of an inspection station in Vermont may be rescinded for cause subject to the following procedures.
A motor vehicle inspector shall, after completion of an investigation, submit a report to the Chief Inspector for review. The Chief Inspector shall recommend, based on the facts presented in the investigation report, the following:
1. If there is sufficient cause to rescind the designation.
2. The time period the rescinding notice should remain in effect.
Overall administration by Department of Motor Vehicles is by Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner who report to the Secretary of Transportation. The Commissioner oversees Title 23 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated and portions of Titles 3, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18 19, 20, 24, 29, 30, 31 and 32. The three divisions consist of:
Motor Vehicle Hearing Division
Support Services Division
(b) Location and Assistance to the Public.
For the purposes of these rules, the following definitions apply:
An existing rule entitled "Rules For Motor Carrier Safety Standards" is amended which consists of the regulations promulgated by the U. S. Department of Transportation contained in Parts 390 to 397 and 399 of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations revised October 01, 1992, and any amendments thereto, with the following modifications:
An existing rule entitled "Rules for Transportation of Hazardous Materials" is amended which consists of the regulations promulgated by the U. S. Department of Transportation contained in Parts 100-199, revised October 01, 1992; Parts 390-397 and 399 revised October 01, 1992 of the Code of Federal Regulations Title 49; and Parts 71 and 73 of Title 10 revised January 01, 1992; and any amendments thereto, with the following modifications:
a. In order to operate a motor vehicle or to hold or obtain a Driver's License, a person who experiences an alteration or alterations of consciousness or conscious control may be granted such privilege by the Commissioner with such conditions and restrictions as the Commissioner deems appropriate.