7410.6500 Notification Requirements

Published: 2015

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Subpart 1.

In general.

The third-party testing program shall ensure that the commissioner is notified in writing or by electronic means:


30 days before any change in the third-party testing program's name or address;


ten days before any change in the third-party tester employed by the third-party testing program;


within ten days of a change in a third-party tester's driving status;


within ten days of the third-party testing program ceasing business operations in Minnesota; or


within ten days of a third-party tester:


receiving notice from any state that the tester's driving privileges have been withdrawn; or


failing to comply with the third-party testing program or third-party tester requirements in parts 7410.6000 through 7410.6520 and test administration requirements in parts 7410.4000 through 7410.5600.

Subp. 2.

Test route change.

Before changing a test route, a third-party testing program must submit a written request and obtain written approval from the commissioner for any proposed change in the road test route. The request may be submitted by facsimile or electronic mail.

Subp. 3.

Tester change.

A third-party tester shall notify the commissioner within ten days of leaving the employ of a third-party testing program.