Washington State DUI

Commercial Driver's License Laws

RCW 46.25.055
Medical examiner's certificate — Required.

A person may not drive a commercial motor vehicle unless he or she is physically qualified to do so and, except as provided in 49 C.F.R. Sec. 391.67, has on his or her person the original, or a photographic copy, of a medical examiner's certificate that he or she is physically qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle.

[2003 c 195 § 3.]

Notes:
Findings -- 2003 c 195: See note following RCW 46.25.070.

RCW 46.25.057
Medical examiner's certificate — Failure to carry — Penalty.

(1) It is a traffic infraction for a licensee under this chapter to drive a commercial vehicle without having on his or her person the original, or a photographic copy, of a medical examiner's certificate that he or she is physically qualified to drive a commercial motor vehicle.

(2) A person who violates this section is subject to a penalty of two hundred fifty dollars. If the person appears in person before the court or submits by mail written proof that he or she had, at the time the infraction took place, the medical examiner's certificate, the court shall reduce the penalty to fifty dollars.

[2003 c 195 § 4.]

Notes:
Findings -- 2003 c 195: See note following RCW 46.25.070.


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