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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 20. Department of Motor Vehicles

Chapter 121. Virginia Driver Training Schools RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Business office and classroom requirements
Section 30
Business practices
Section 40
Records to be maintained
Section 50
Availability of records; inspections and compliance reviews
Section 60
School licensing requirements
Section 70
School license renewal required
Section 80
Transferability of school licenses
Section 90
School contracts
Section 100
General instructor licensing requirements
Section 110
Instructor license renewal
Section 120
Change in instructor employment
Section 130
Notice required to the department
Section 140
Section 150
General equipment requirements
Section 160
Sanctions for violations of statutes and regulations
Section 170
Curriculum requirements for Class A licensed schools
Section 180
Class a instructor license requirements
Section 190
Equipment requirements for Class A licensed schools; use of driving ranges
Section 200
Curriculum requirements for Class B licensed schools
Section 210
Class B instructor requirements
Section 220
Equipment requirements for Class B licensed schools
FORMS (24VAC20-121)

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