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A company examiner's certification or a school instructor's license may be revoked or denied if he:
       (1)     is not properly licensed in North Carolina (he must have and maintain a valid North Carolina Class "A" or
               "B" license for the class vehicles for which he wishes to be certified to administer road tests);
       (2)     holds more than one license issued by more than one state unless it has been approved by the Division;
       (3)     has had cancellation, revocation, suspension or denial of a license in North Carolina or any other state in
               the past five years (this does not include voluntary surrender);
       (4)     has more than three convictions of moving violations, bond forfeitures or PJC's (prayer for judgement
               continued) in the previous four years;
       (5)     has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages or drugs, driving with a blood
               alcohol content of 0.10 percent or more by weight, or reckless driving within the previous five years;
       (6)     has a physical impairment that in the judgement of the Division would impair his ability to safely operate a
               motor vehicle of the class required to certify others;
       (7)     is not a full-time employee;
       (8)     has been convicted of authorizing, or knowingly permitting, a motor vehicle owned by him or under his
               control to be driven by any person who has no legal right to do so;
       (9)     signs a road test certificate without observing the road test;
       (10)    signs a road test certificate for anyone not employed by the company for which he has been certified to
               administer road tests or enrolled as a student in the school for which he has been certified to administer
               road tests;
       (11)    has not been recommended by his company to serve as company examiner;
       (12)    cannot sign an affidavit of driving experience or cannot pass road test;
       (13)    falsifies an application and/or affidavit; or
       (14)    for any reason the Division deems to be in the best interest of the State.

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.

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