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§17B-1-1 Definitions.
§17B-1A-1 Authorization.
§17B-1A-2 Definitions; implementation of compact.
§17B-1B-1 Commissioner to adopt and implement program.
§17B-1B-2 License application to contain space for donor.
§17B-1B-3 Commissioner to publish information and notify other states of program.
§17B-1B-4 Anatomical gift act not affected.
§17B-1C-1 Authorization for entry into nonresident violator compact.
§17B-1C-2 Definitions.
§17B-1C-3 Compact administrator.
§17B-1C-4 Entry into other nonresident violator compacts.
§17B-1D-1 Legislative findings.
§17B-1D-2 Program established.
§17B-1D-3 Rider training.
§17B-1D-4 Instructor training and qualification.
§17B-1D-5 Program implementation.
§17B-1D-6 Exemption from motorcycle license examination.
§17B-1D-7 Motorcycle safety account.
§17B-1D-8 Motorcycle safety awareness board continued.
§17B-1D-9 Authority to promulgate rules.
§17B-1D-10 Continuation of motorcycle safety awareness board.
§17B-2-1 Drivers must be licensed; types of licenses; licensees need not obtain local government license; motorcycle driver license; identification cards.
§17B-2-1a Surrender of license from other state or jurisdiction prior to receipt of license from this state; examination; fees required.
§17B-2-1b Transfer of driver's licensing examination function.
§17B-2-2 Persons exempt from license.
§17B-2-3 What persons may not be licensed; exceptions.
§17B-2-3a Graduated driver's license.
§17B-2-4 Persons prohibited from driving school buses or transporting persons or property for compensation.
§17B-2-5 Qualifications, issuance and fee for instruction permits.
§17B-2-5a Training, certification and monitoring of license examiners.
§17B-2-6 Application for license or instruction permit; fee to accompany application.
§17B-2-7 Examination of applicants.
§17B-2-7a Driver's licensing advisory board
§17B-2-7b Separate examination and endorsement for a license valid for operation of motorcycle.
§17B-2-7c Motorcycle license examination fund.
§17B-2-8 Issuance and contents of licenses; fees.
§17B-2-9 License to be carried and exhibited on demand; penalty.
§17B-2-9a Exemptions of certain railroad workers.
§17B-2-10 Restricted licenses.
§17B-2-11 Duplicate permits and licenses.
§17B-2-12 Expiration of licenses.
§17B-2-12a Renewal of driver's license upon expiration; vision screening; renewal fees.
§17B-2-13 Notice of change of address or name.
§17B-2-14 Records and indices to be kept by the division.
§17B-2-15 Authority for rules.
§17B-2A-1 Legislative intent.
§17B-2A-2 Compliance with registration requirements of military selective service act.
§17B-2B-1 Definitions.
§17B-2B-2 Class G instruction permit or driver's license; participation in approved driver training program; eligibility criteria; required curriculum.
§17B-2B-3 Class G instruction permit; eligibility criteria; restrictions; duration of permit.
§17B-2B-4 Class G driver's license; eligibility criteria; duration of license; surrender of current license; provisions not applicable to persons already licensed to drive with bioptic device.
§17B-2B-5 Restrictions on Class G driver's license; removal of daytime driving restriction.
§17B-2B-6 Restricted out-of-state drivers; required to obtain Class G driver's license; surrender of current license; waiver of requirement to participate in an approved driver training program.
§17B-2B-7 Renewal of license.
§17B-2B-8 Suspension, revocation and reinstatement of license.
§17B-2B-9 Commissioner and director to collect information regarding Class G licensees; report to Legislature.
§17B-2B-10 Rules.
§17B-2B-11 Applicability.
§17B-3-1 Authority of division to cancel license.
§17B-3-2 Suspending privileges of nonresidents and reporting convictions.
§17B-3-3 Suspending resident's license upon conviction in another state.
§17B-3-3a Suspending license for failure to pay fines or penalties imposed by magistrate court or municipal court.
§17B-3-3c Suspending license for failure to pay fines or penalties imposed as the result of criminal conviction or for failure to appear in court.
§17B-3-4 Abstract of judgment of conviction for violation of motor vehicle laws to be sent to division.
§17B-3-5 Grounds for mandatory revocation of license by department.
§17B-3-6 Authority of division to suspend or revoke license; hearing.
§17B-3-7 Department may require reexamination.
§17B-3-8 Suspension for more than one year.
§17B-3-9 Surrender and return of license not required.
§17B-3-10 No operation under foreign license during suspension or revocation in this state.
§17B-3-11 Mandatory revocation of license of certain blind persons.
§17B-3-12 Mandatory suspension for fraudulent use of driver's license.
§17B-3-13 Reports by health care providers.
§17B-4-1 Unlawful use of license or nonoperator's identification; license and nonoperator's identification violations generally.
§17B-4-2 False affidavits.
§17B-4-3 Driving while license suspended or revoked; driving while license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances or drugs, or while having alcoholic concentration i
§17B-4-4 Permitting unauthorized person to drive.
§17B-4-5 Employing unlicensed chauffeur.
§17B-4-6 Renting motor vehicle to another.
§17B-5-1 Violations of chapter; penalty for misdemeanor.
§17B-5-2 Jurisdiction of crimes by justices.
§17B-6-1 Constitutionality.
§17B-6-2 Repeal of inconsistent provisions.