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32-2372. License for instructors; requirements; temporary license

A. No person may act as an instructor unless such person applies for and obtains from the director a license in the manner and form prescribed by the director.

B. Regulations adopted by the director shall state the requirements for an instructor's license, including requirements concerning moral character, physical condition, knowledge of the courses of instruction, motor vehicle laws and safety principles and practices, previous personnel and employment records and such other matters as the director may prescribe for the protection of the public.

C. The director shall issue a temporary instructor's license to an applicant upon receipt of all of the following:

1. An affidavit from a licensed school certifying that the applicant has completed at least one hundred hours of combined classroom and in-car training.

2. A sworn statement that the applicant has no outstanding traffic warrants.

3. Three character references.

4. A written statement from the manager of the sponsoring driving school certifying the applicant's ability to teach driving at the professional level.

D. A temporary instructor's license shall not be valid for more than ninety days from the date of issuance.