OAR 735-060-0001

The DMV Commercial Driver Licensing Third Party Testing Program allows a person who is not an employee of DMV (a third party) to administer a CDL skills tests to a CDL applicant to determine whether the CDL applicant is competent to obtain commercial driving privileges. This program and acceptance of CDL applicant test scores are authorized under ORS 807.080 (Driver competency testing certificates) and 807.072 (Waiver of certain examinations, tests and demonstrations)(3). Other than as provided in OAR 735-063-0270 (Acceptance of Tests Conducted Out-of-State), only a person who has a valid CDL Third Party Examiner Certificate issued by DMV and who is administering the CDL skills test for a certified CDL Third Party Tester is authorized under this program to administer CDL tests. The purpose of these Chapter 735, Division 60 rules is to describe the CDL Third Party Testing Program, including how a person qualifies for a CDL Third Party Tester Certificate, duties of a Tester, how an individual qualifies for a CDL Third Party Examiner Certificate, duties of an Examiner and other details of the CDL Third-Party Testing Program.
Last Updated

Jun. 8, 2021

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