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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 Regulations
4/5/2020

24VAC20-121-150. General Equipment Requirements.

A. Each school shall provide all necessary equipment and materials required for classroom and in-vehicle instruction, including motor vehicles that are in safe mechanical condition and that are properly registered and insured. Except as otherwise provided in 22VAC20-121-220, no motor vehicle may be used for driver training purposes unless it is owned or leased in the name of the licensed school or the school owner as indicated on the application for the school license.

B. Each vehicle shall also carry minimum safety equipment as determined by the department, while they are used for training students. Such equipment shall be readily available and maintained in a safe, workable and organized manner, and shall include, but not be limited to reflective triangles, flares, first aid kit, flashlight, fire extinguisher, jumper cables or a battery charger, towel, blanket, and a safety vest.

Statutory Authority

§§ 46.2-203 and 46.2-1703 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 24, Issue 04, eff. January 1, 2008.

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