Words and phrases defined.
Administration of driver license law.
Medicare acceptance of assignment; information; report.
Confidentiality of signatures.
Classified driver license system.
ISSUANCE, EXPIRATION AND RENEWAL OF LICENSES
Operators to be licensed; exceptions.
Commercial driver license waivers.
Persons not to be licensed.
Restricted commercial driver license.
Instructional permits for applicants for special restricted operators' licenses.
Restricted licenses for persons under 18 years of age.
Probationary licenses to new drivers.
Temporary license for persons previously licensed in another state.
School bus operators to obtain special authorization.
Endorsements for transporting certain hazardous materials.
Special restricted operator's license.
Application for license.
Application of persons under 18; liability of sponsors; release from liability; notification of juvenile violation.
Examination of applicants; reexamination of licensed persons.
Processing license and identification card applications.
Contents and issuance of operator's license.
Organ donor information.
License to be carried; verification of signature.
Duplicate licenses or identification cards.
Expiration of licenses.
Notice of change of address or name.
Records to be kept by the department.
Department to furnish information to the selective service system.
Access to license and identification card records.
Access to license and identification card photographs and fingerprints.
Department to furnish operating record.
Duties of commercial motor vehicle drivers; employer responsibilities; penalties.
Employer notification program.
CANCELLATION, REVOCATION AND
SUSPENSION OF LICENSES
Cancellation of licenses.
License after cancellation.
Voluntary surrender and reissuance after surrender.
Courts to report convictions and forward licenses to the department.
Suspension and revocation by the courts.
Installation of ignition interlock device.
Preliminary breath screening test.
Tests for intoxication; administrative suspension and court-ordered revocation.
Prior convictions, suspensions or revocations to be counted as offenses.
Revocation or suspension of licenses after certain convictions or declarations.
Commercial motor vehicle disqualifications; effects.
Other grounds for revocation or suspension of licenses; demerit points.
Courts to report appeals; when appeal stays suspension, revocation or disqualification.