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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 4. Conservation and Natural Resources
Agency 15. Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
10/26/2020

Chapter 410. Watercraft: Boating Safety EducationRead Chapter

Section 10
Application
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Compliance schedule and phase-in provisions
Section 40
Provisions for compliance and minimum standards for boating safety education course competency
Section 50
Boating safety education course provider requirements
Section 60
Boating safety education course availability
Section 70
Boating safety education course certificates
Section 80
Recordkeeping and student records
Section 90
Instructor certification
Section 100
Provisions for open-book tests for classroom courses
Section 110
Equivalency exam criteria
Section 120
Requirements for motorboat rental and leasing businesses and the dockside safety checklist program
Section 130
Temporary operator's certificate
Section 140
Virginia Boater Education Cards
Section 150
Fees
Section 160
Penalties for violation
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FORMS (4VAC15-410)
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DOCUMENTS INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE (4VAC15-410)

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