Motor Carrier Education Program · Laws & Rules
Code of Federal Regulations
Drivers required to have a commercial drivers license (CDL) are subject to the controlled substance and alcohol testing rules. An employer who employs himself/herself as a driver must comply with both requirements in this part that apply to employers and the requirements in this part that apply to drivers.
CFR 383 - Commercial Driver's License
CFR 391 - Driver Files
All drivers of commercial vehicles over 10,000 lbs are required to have driver files that meet the requirements of CFR 391
CFR 392 - Driving of Commercial Motor Vehicles
CFR 393 - Equipment Requirements
CFR 395 - Hours of Service
All drivers of commercial vehicles must maintain either a log book or time card in interstate commerce and intrastate for CDL drivers.
CFR 397 - Transportation of Hazardous Materials
Motor Carriers of Passengers
Revised Code of Washington (RCWs)
Every truck registered or based in Washington that is equipped with a cube-style walk-in cargo box, up to eighteen feet long, used in the commercial delivery of goods and services must be equipped with a rear crossview mirror or backup device to alert the driver that a person or object is behind the truck.
Washington Administrative Code (WACs)
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