New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 15 - Department of Motor Vehicles
Part 9 - Driver License Qualifications After Loss Of Consciousness
Section 9.1 - Introduction and scope

Current through Register Vol. 44, No. 51, December 21, 2022

Section 502 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law requires an applicant for a driver license to submit proof of fitness. This Part establishes procedures and standards to be applied by the commissioner with respect to the licensing of persons who have experienced loss of consciousness. The Part shall be applicable to an applicant for an original license in this State who has ever suffered loss of consciousness, to an applicant for renewal of a license in this State who has suffered loss of consciousness since his last license was issued in this State, to a person who is required to submit physicians', physician assistants', or nurse practitioners' statements as a condition for continuing licensing, and to licensees concerning whom the commissioner has received evidence of loss of consciousness.

Amended New York State Register May 27, 2015/Volume XXXVII, Issue 21, eff.5/27/2015

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